Are you a small business owner looking to revamp your business identity? Are you looking for help with Logo and Branding? Web design or marketing collateral like biz cards, brochures and signage design?
Ochre Design has you covered!
Although I have designed for large institutions such as Oxford University Press and Oregon Home Magazine, and have enjoyed all of those projects, I am very excited when I work with small businesses as well. My heart is with women-owned businesses,and I love partnering with them to craft their online and marketing presence as they build their identity.
WHY work with ME?
With over 18 years of experience in design – and having won several awards and accolades along the way – I can help with all your graphic design needs:
- Logo design and Branding
- Website Design
- Biz cards and Marketing Collateral
- Book Cover design and book formatting
- Label and Packaging Design
- Gala and Wedding Invitation Design
- Posters and Banner Design
- Social Media Banner Design
My work is thoughtful and conceptual and unique to each client. With an artist’s eye and thorough research, I craft designs that speak to your business identity and personality.
Based in Portland, Oregon, Ochre Design offers premier graphic design services to make sure you and your business stand out from your competitors. From logo to website, I will craft products that honor your business and the hard work you commit to it each day.
Reach out today to talk about your design needs and plans. You’ll be on your way to stunning marketing materials in no time.
oh! also read what my clients have to say!
Let me tell y’all about Malini Gupta. If you don’t already know how insanely talented this woman is, you need to book a consultation with her. Even if you think you don’t need any graphic work done right now – you’re wrong. Her brain is constantly thinking of creative ways to illustrate things. And she’s better at it than you, ask me how I know…Tarrah Adams, Moxie Finiancial
I was on the call with her for less than 10 minutes and she thought up something that made me think, “omg that’s a brilliant idea!” -and I had only given her ONE WORD. And it was a hard abstract one, too – not “apple” or “nerd” or anything easy. Throw your money at her & let her do magic with it. Freaking tiny little genius that she is!