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Hey! I'm Jordan


And I'm a graphic designer. Keep scrolling down
the page to learn more about me, see some of my
past work, and to learn how we can work together!

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Hey! I'm Jordan


And I'm a graphic designer. Keep scrolling down
the page to learn more about me, see some of my
past work, and to learn how we can work together!

Nice to meet you!

In my last year of high school, I was struggling with a question so many high school seniors struggle with, "What am I going to do with my life"? Coming from a small town and a small school, the options at the time seemed limited, until I designed my schools year book cover. It was then that the wheels started turning and I realized that there was something out there that was just right for me. I came to love graphic design more and more over the years and continue today to gain respect and admiration for this craft.  My goal from the beginning has been to use my skills and knowledge of graphic design to help Kansas companies grow and reach their goals by giving them an attractive and distinctive appearance, creating a recognizable brand language throughout the companies I serve.

If you would like to know more about me, check out my Linkedin Page. Plus, keep scrolling to see some of my work and to learn how we can work together on your next project.

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work


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work


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Logo Design

Logo Design

Packaging

Packaging

Print Design

Print Design

Video

Video

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work with me


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It's free to talk, let's get started!

I am taking new clients! While I currently design full time for an awesome local company, I will also be offering my services as a freelance designer to you or your business to help with your design and advertising needs!

If you are interested in starting a project, but not sure what to expect, don't sweat it. I won't charge you just to talk. We will discuss your company and your design needs (and maybe the weather) and make a plan for moving forward. Easy right?