Econceptual Designs specializes in designing and implementing the efficient flow of information with a focus on Information Design.
My mission is to provide the most effective design and development solutions possible for each client’s needs, within their specified timeframe and budget.
For the past several years, I’ve been immersed in the marketing industry - imparting my skills, arsenal and expertise at several agencies in Atlanta and small businesses across the U.S.
In December of 2009, I obtained a Bachelor of Science degree in Interactive Media Design. My school of choice was The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Online where I graduated with a 3.9 G.P.A.
My arsenal includes Information Design, Content Management, Quality Assurance, Marketing, Project Coordinaton, Copywriting, Analytics/Reporting & Account Management.
My skills include MS Office, Adobe CC/CS, Salesforce, WordPress, CheetahMail, TextPattern, Google Analytics, Advantage, ProofHQ, HTML/CSS, Hootsuite, HubSpot & Mailchimp.
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