Author Archives: Ellice Sanchez
About Ellice SanchezWith six years experience in design, Ellice has done work for clients such as San Antonio Parks and Recreation, the City of San Antonio, Delicious Tamales, The US AirForce, Christus Santa Rosa, the University Health Systems, Sunset Station, Sushi Zushi Corporation of Texas, San Antonio Conservation Society, NIOSA, the San Antonio International Airport Concession, Representative Ivory Taylor, the Vidorra Condominiums, American GI Forums National Veterans Oureach Program, Republic National Distributing Company, Lifetime Fitness, Mr. W Fireworks, the RK Group, Pape-Dawson Engineers and other companies, working on projects ranging from signage, business cards, content management, design support, website design and coding, flyers, billboards and e-blasts.
After going through some job hunting, hiring processes, ‘quitting’ and being laid off, there is a lot to learn about having a graphic design job. Here are tips based off my experiences and some legal resources that you should read before accepting a job offer.
Nothing feels better than getting your first set of business cards. Before you print your cards, spend your money wisely by considering these factors.
As a small business owner you had to learn a lot more than what it is is that you do or sell to get your business running. Now, you need a website for your business and you have no idea where to start! These tips will get you going on making your own website.
As a small business owner, how are you supposed to make informed design decisions when it comes to making your company’s logo? These tips and guidelines should help!
Picking a graphic designer is a very important decision when it comes to your business’s image. If you go with the cheapest, your company’s graphics will look in line with that price point. If you go with the most expensive, you may be paying more than you need to.
Asking your web designer or web design company to update your website design can seem like a very costly decision for your business but have you considered the cost of not updating your website?