"Working with Paula was a great experience. From the first meeting I was impressed with the clarity of communication and professionalism of her work. I felt confident to give my ideas to her, and felt that she understood the sensitive nature of the vital counselling work we do, and hence was able to portray this through her designs. Paula was able to take on board my feedback without taking offence, and worked quickly and efficiently to make the changes requested.
Every time I met Paula, she presented me with high quality work, and demonstrated her attention to detail by producing mock-ups of the designs in different settings. The final logo, postcards, business cards and posters far exceeded my expectations in terms of quality and presentation. Our new logo is even better than what we originally had in mind!
The feedback we have received from clients, volunteers and other services has been nothing but positive, and it has been felt that the designs really brought Reading Lifeline up to date (with our old logo being 20 years old!). Paula’s hard work and enthusiasm is to be commended and I have been delighted to work with her. I would gladly recommend her to others."
Danni Malone, Reading Lifeline
"Over a two month period at the end of last year Mark and I worked with Paula to look at how, as part of her final year studies, she could help to update the Kileva brand. This she very successfully achieved, and it has resulted in a set of fresh new images being produced that we are now beginning to use on our website, in powerpoint presentations and in other promotional literature. She did a fantastic job throughout and was a delight to work with."
Cliff Evans, Kileva Foundation
"Paula was the graphic designer for my novel The Night Butterflies, creating industry standard paperback and e-book covers and working on the initial interior design of the hard copy. Working with Paula was an absolute pleasure. Having produced brilliant first drafts incorporating the artwork provided, she patiently and tirelessly worked to requirements to complete two final designs that captured the spirit of the book for its intended markets.
Becoming a consignment author displayed in a national bookshop proved that the work was instantly recognisable as worthy to compete with traditionally published titles. Paula further designed bookmarks for marketing purposes and helped me negotiate the waters of QR codes and find the best printer for my needs. I honestly believe the cover is one of the most important aspects of the publishing process – people do judge the book by it – and I’m thrilled to have one to be proud of. I look forward to working together again."
Sara Litchfield, Right Ink on the Wall
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