George was outstanding - he incorporated all feedback and offered several versions of designs.
- Salmon Design
The design was very well done, mostly it reflected what I wanted. Thank you!
Fast and right on target!
Loved the final design but ran out of time to make final tweaks.
Responsive, flexible, and talented!
How Alyssalgallagher started their illustration or graphics journey
Who are you known as?
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We work with school leaders to influence radical change in education. Our target audience is educational leaders (principals, superintendents, teacher leaders)
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
We would like 5 graphics created. We are suggesting 5 new roles for principals and would like a graphic for each role. The 5 roles are: Opportunity Seeker, Experience Architect, Rule Breaker (Important that this one have a positive spin/feel), Producer (Something that shows hustle & future thinking), Storyteller. A description of each role is included in the "Other Section.
These graphics will be used for a book, in presentations, on a website and other print materials.
More Info for each of the "roles":
Opportunity Seeker: Although problem-solving is an important and desirable skill to possess as a school leader, problem-finding is the primary driver of creativity and innovation.
Experience Architect: Designing high quality experiences for staff and students can change a community and the work that is possible.
Rule Breaker: From rule-maker to rule-breaker, leaders need to be able to thoughtfully challenge the way we always do things.
Producer: Producers hustle, they get things done. Not only are they responsible for shipping a final product, they also create rapid learning cycles, with opportunities to prototype all potential solutions adapting them in response to user feedback
Storyteller: Effective leaders need to develop a sense of trust, faith, belonging and inspiration in their followers. While our current obsession with data would suggest these come from facts, the reality is that stories are perhaps the