graphic design for print & web
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1.) West Coast Equine Sports Therapy has transformed their family boarding and training farm into a first class sports therapy clinic for the rehabilitation and conditioning of horses and dogs. They contracted with Hitchcock Design for a logo, a web site, and a 4-color, 9" x 12" presentation folder with a right hand pocket for insert sheets.
2.) Barbara Strawson is a distinguished Grand Prix Dressage rider in search of financial sponsorship to help further her aspirations to become an Olympic Team member. She contracted with Hitchcock Design Inc. for a booklet design to highlight her accomplishments and goals.
3.) From 1982-1985, I worked on a freelance basis at Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery in Woodinville, WA, providing design and production support. It was a unique opportunity to gain experience working on in house projects, including color brochures, merchandising kits, quarterly and annual reports and point-of-purchase materials for the different product lines.
4.) Arabesque, a faux finish and custom painting studio, needed a way to present their many designs to prospective buyers. Hitchcock Design created a folder with color sequenced insert sheets to display the variety of floor cloths, window shades, glass table tops and wall art. A business card and hang tag were also designed.
5.) This is a large, 4-color brochure with die-cut front cover created by Hitchcock Design to advertise the unique features of the AquaTrak, the first unit in the world to combine a treadmill with cryotherapy for horses. The brochure was mailed to prospective clients in a clear envelope to enhance the design.
6.) As a staff member at LandDesign Inc. from 1998-2002, I created a variety of materials for print and web including two promotional booklets. One (shown above) displayed a range of projects accomplished by the firm.
7.) Dover Saddlery contracted for two catalogues. The work involved layout, design and illustration for one catalogue featuring items for dressage riders and the other (shown above) for ponies and kids. Both were smaller books which were bound into the larger, 4-color seasonal catalogue.