conference & event
I worked with banking association BAI to create branding and integrated marketing collateral for their conference, BAI Payments Connect. The challenge was not only to convey a complicated concept, but to create a design that could clearly market three distinct tracks and be adapted to many different uses.
It didn't take long for me to realize what an asset Lidia is to our organization. Lidia consistently delivers fantastic work that meets our often extremely tight deadlines. Her need for little direction and attention to detail save me a significant amount of time as a project manager. And on top of it all, she's an absolute joy to work with!
– Amy Browning, Marketing Project Manager, BAI
I worked with family-support organization Family Focus over the course of several years to create an invitation and promotional materials for their annual spring benefit. The theme varied each year, but the goal was always to create a connection between the organization's mission and their friends and supporters.
Working with Lidia is a seamless experience. She is creative and reliable. Her designs have been consistently excellent. She also communicates with our printer directly which helps me a great deal. Lidia is a joy to work with.
– Ellen R. Canter, Director of Development, Family Focus, Inc.
I worked with CTS to create marketing materials for various campus events. The goal was to reflect their branding which I developed while letting them stand apart from other developmental marketing materials.
Lidia was quick to understand our ethos and mission and generated a design sensibility that is both versatile and compelling. Often, she assesses the need and hits the nail on the head with the very first design. Such creativity and efficiency is delightful—and saves us time and money.
— The Reverend Lin Sanford Keppert, Chicago Theological Seminary
I worked with the National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago to create an invitation and exhibit graphics for the exhibition, La Nación Huichol: From the Sea to the Desert. The goal was to create a visual identity that reflected—and respected—the Huichol art and culture. After the exhibit closed, the exhibit panels I designed were donated to a Huichol cultural center in Mexico.