conference & event

Ceilings & Interior Systems Construction Association (CISCA) needed to unify their brand across all of their marketing mateirals. I designed brochures, registration forms, postcards and awards competition materials for their annual conferences and conventions, as well as membership materials. CISCA's members have commented that the new materials are clearer and easier to use.

All Stars Project of Chicago needed event branding and marketing materials for their 10th Anniversary Benefit Luncheon—where they were unveiling plans to reinvest growth into the city by connecting communities across Chicago with business partners in the downtown community. I designed a Sales Pack, Invitation Package (Invitation and Mailing Envelope, Reply Card and Reply Envelope), Program and Insert, PowerPoint Presentation, and Onsite Signage.

I worked with Renaissance Social Services to develop a branding and invitation package for their annual gala. They reached their goals of raising money and drawing in a larger audience from the community.

The Ancona School needed branding and invitation materials for their annual gala event that would reflect their school's mission while having a celebratory feel. They were sending the invitation via email so I created a design that would capture the viewer's interest quickly and provide details clearly.

Lidia is well versed in print and web, newsletters, invitations, posters, displays and pretty much everything in between. Her range of knowledge and her ability to meet tight deadlines are complemented by the excellent quality of her work. Along with her creative abilities and technical skills, she has a talent for marketing as well. She is a great partner, passionate artist and creative being. She is a joy to work with.

—Fiona Farrahi, Past External Affairs Director, Marketing Communications and Recruitment, The Ancona School

I worked with family support organization Family Focus to create a series of event branding and related materials for their annual benefit event. The theme varies each year, but the design always reflects the organization's important mission of helping families in need.

I have been working with the Lakeview Chamber since 2001 (the year after I started my business). Over the years, I have developed branding and marketing for many of their local neighborhood events. The theme varies, but the goal is always to share the vibrant, exciting and welcoming personality of the neighborhood.

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.