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  1. Notable projects January 2010 PO BOX 42173 :: Baltimore MD 21284-2173 :: 410-464-1700 :: brownhor netdesign.com
  2. Christopher Jones Chris Jones has more than ten years experience as a graphic designer—more than four years’ experi- ence drawn from a diverse array of projects employed as a visual artist at Waverly Inc. He also has over four years experience as a visual artist and independent design consultant. His career at Waverly Inc. (now LWW) included design projects which ranged in scope and included budget management, client interaction, design consultation, execution of design, printer coordination, and output inspection. His company, Brown Hornet Design, Inc. has provided small-to-mid level-sized clients with effective communication by addressing that client’s specific design need through the innovation of both the pro- cess and the product. The company’s design focus attempts to coordinate the form and function of a design project. Understanding both the client and the end customer’s needs and make sure that those needs are ad- dressed with profitable and desirable designs that support and extend brand management influence positively. The firm has served as a design consultant on an array of projects in partnership with other Maryland firms. In this capacity, Brown Hornet Design, Inc. created partnerships in which the firm was responsible for providing both visual creative output as well as strategy development for end-client needs. The firm also has completed jobs left in various stages of completion by other suppliers. In this capacity, Brown Hornet Design, Inc. created and executed creative campaigns for BWI airport, Baltimore Area Convention and Visitor’s Association, and Clean Air Partners. The firm also services di- rect clients with which it develops strategy and facilitates design. Among these clients are Lock Laces- TM, an athletic equipment start-up, LWW—a Baltimore area medical publisher, and The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation—a non-profit program organized to erect a monument of Dr. King in Washington, DC. Chris has a solid understanding of computer applications—particularly those that relate to graphic design, web design, and multimedia programs on both the PC and Macintosh platforms. That ability coupled with an eye for photographic composition allow Chris the opportunity to frame and execute effective visual ideas for clients successfully. As president of Brown Hornet Design, Inc. Chris has dem- onstrated the ability to work with clients on an array of issues including consultation and advisement on business issues outside of the scope of design. In February 2002, he applied both technical skill and philosophical viewpoints on design to instruct a high school class on principles of graphic design at Mercy High School. A graduate of Loyola College in Maryland, Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Advertising.
  3. Christopher Jones Chris Jones has more than ten years experience as a graphic designer—more than four years’ experi- ence drawn from a diverse array of projects employed as a visual artist at Waverly Inc. He also has over four years experience as a visual artist and independent design consultant. His career at Waverly Inc. (now LWW) included design projects which ranged in scope and included budget management, client interaction, design consultation, execution of design, printer coordination, and output inspection. His company, Brown Hornet Design, Inc. has provided small-to-mid level-sized clients with effective communication by addressing that client’s specific design need through the innovation of both the pro- cess and the product. The company’s design focus attempts to coordinate the form and function of a design project. Understanding both the client and the end customer’s needs and make sure that those needs are ad- dressed with profitable and desirable designs that support and extend brand management influence positively. The firm has served as a design consultant on an array of projects in partnership with other Maryland firms. In this capacity, Brown Hornet Design, Inc. created partnerships in which the firm was responsible for providing both visual creative output as well as strategy development for end-client needs. The firm also has completed jobs left in various stages of completion by other suppliers. In this capacity, Brown Hornet Design, Inc. created and executed creative campaigns for BWI airport, Baltimore Area Convention and Visitor’s Association, and Clean Air Partners. The firm also services di- rect clients with which it develops strategy and facilitates design. Among these clients are Lock Laces- TM, an athletic equipment start-up, LWW—a Baltimore area medical publisher, and The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation—a non-profit program organized to erect a monument of Dr. King in Washington, DC. Chris has a solid understanding of computer applications—particularly those that relate to graphic design, web design, and multimedia programs on both the PC and Macintosh platforms. That ability coupled with an eye for photographic composition allow Chris the opportunity to frame and execute effective visual ideas for clients successfully. As president of Brown Hornet Design, Inc. Chris has dem- onstrated the ability to work with clients on an array of issues including consultation and advisement on business issues outside of the scope of design. In February 2002, he applied both technical skill and philosophical viewpoints on design to instruct a high school class on principles of graphic design at Mercy High School. A graduate of Loyola College in Maryland, Chris holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communication with a concentration in Advertising.
  4. Design work for a travel brochure by Brown Hornet Design, Inc. for the city of Baltimore. The goal is to give the city’s attractions a face and character.
  5. Assorted logos, two from beauty concerns that evoke the mystique of their services.
  6. A web sites produced (saveourseminary.org) by Brown Hornet Design, Inc. for Save Our Seminary: an organization formed to preserve a location outside of Silver Spring, Maryland. Our goal is to equivocate it.
  7. Two web sites produced (ebmc.org & nhooks- beforebooks.org) by Brown Hornet Design, Inc. for clients: While these clients have dis- tinctive audiences, their respective audiences look for the unique voice of the organization. Our goal is to equivocate it.
  8. Advertisement design by Brown Hornet Design, Inc. for for General Pencil. The goal was to give an otherwise generic product a face and character.
  9. RECENT ILLUSTRATION PROJECTS

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