I designed and created the below graphics for The Kimberlee‘s monthly eNewsletter as of May 2020.
I attended the AdWeek webinar, Deliver Thumb-Stopping Social Video: Top Trends in Motion Graphics, on Thursday April 30th 2020. Summary Even before the Covid-19 pandemic caused social media usage to soar, content teams globally struggled to develop new, interactive designs amid a constantly evolving market of devices and platforms. Adobe’s recent State of Creativity 2020 […]
I designed and created the “CARES Act Button” graphic used on the Retirement Clearinghouse website’s blog, Consolidation Corner. The article was posted on Thursday, April 28th 2020 titled, Let’s Extend the Spirit of the CARES Act to Automatic Rollover IRAs by Tom Hawkins.
I designed and created the “The New Age” graphic used on the Retirement Clearinghouse website’s blog, Consolidation Corner. The article was posted on January 29th 2020 titled, The New Age of DC Plan Portability by Tom Hawkins.
I attended SkillPop’s Win at Email Marketing: Mastering the Fundamentals workshop on Thursday, January 16th 2020 by Adam Q. Holden-Bache, featured at Hygge CoWorking in Charlotte. DESCRIPTION Join Adam Q. Holden-Bache, author of “How to Win at B2B Email Marketing: A Guide to Achieving Success” to learn strategies to achieve the best results from your email […]
I designed and created the “Auto Portability 2019 Review” graphic used on the Retirement Clearinghouse website’s blog, Consolidation Corner. The article was posted on January 2nd 2020 titled, Auto Portability 2019: The Year in Review by Neal Ringquist.
I designed and created the “From The Top” graphic used on the Retirement Clearinghouse website’s blog, Consolidation Corner for articles written by Spencer Williams, President and CEO of Retirement Clearinghouse. Although I created this previously, here is the latest article it’s been used in titled, An Important Milestone: The DOL Issues Final Prohibited Transaction Exemption […]
I completed all the lessons & activities to brush up my design skills with the Canva Design School. A great, simple & quick refresher!
I attended the Mecklenburg Main Library’s course for adults, titled, “Canva for Business” lead by instructor, De’Trice J. Fox on Monday, July 15th 2019. De’Trice J. Fox, MBA, MS, MLIS Librarian: Adult Services Charlotte Mecklenburg Library Main Library: Job Help Center 310 North Tryon St. 704.416.0500 (main) 704.416.0502 (direct) email@example.com cmlibrary.org
I designed and created our family Christmas infographic reflecting our adventures of 2018!