bluegfx is a leading technology company, supplying 3D, video, infrastructure, networking and cloud technologies to the digital media industry.
Their yearly Expo attracts over 300 visitors for a day of presentations from industry leaders and product demonstrations from industry experts including Autodesk, Nexenta, Chaos Group and Adobe.
For the 2015 Expo they required a bright and eye catching graphical design (rather than photographic) which could be flexible enough to be applied to the exhibition materials. The diagonal pattern started as rays shooting from a screen, this was then simplified to rays alone. The original palette of blue and orange was added to with complimentary colours.
I am a freelance Graphic and Web Designer based in Teesside, North East England with nine years commercial experience. Previously I was a designer for over five years at a creative agency in Middlesbrough before I became freelance in October 2009. I love clever, memorable concepts and clean design.
MY EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:
Identity design and branding
Exhibition stands and banners
Brochures and annual reports
Microsoft office templates
'Amy is an extremely talented designer. We have worked together on a variety of corporate design projects and I have always found her work to be exceptional. I like working with Amy – she is reliable and very easy to get on with, and is always quick to understand our requirements, and work within our time scales.'
Rachel Dalby, EG&P
'Amy is a pleasure to work with. She's extremely patient and has an eye for detail. She produces very well organised design files for our development team and really well thought through designs. She considers how the site will work, not just how it will look, and I'd recommend her to anyone looking for functional web design.'
Alison Gardiner, Born Digital
'A personable and highly skilled freelance graphic designer. Amy expertly manages to balance her creative spark with professional delivery.'
Martin Holliday, Faithful and Gould
'I would recommend Amy to anyone requiring web or media design. She can translate a concept into fresh, meaningful designs quickly and effortlessly at a fair price. Her designs go well beyond the obvious to offer something unique to her customers.'
James Bate, Kids Party Venues
'Amy was a pleasure to work with. She designed us a great brand and website and kept us updated regularly. She was very responsive to our requests and quickly understood our needs.'
Helen Ball, Durham University
'Amy worked wonders designing my companies logo. My brief was unclear yet she managed to create something fantastic out of nothing! I have since used Amy on a number of projects, and will continue to do so because of her great value and design skills.'
Michelle Teasdale, MeSign
'I've had the pleasure of working with Amy on a number of projects and I have always been delighted with the results. It's obvious from her portfolio that she's highly talented, however, the portfolio can't illustrate what a joy she is to work with.'
Andrew Taylor, Utterly Forked
'Amy was great to work with - clear and concise communication throughout and all deadlines met. The level of her design work was itself also spot on, meeting the brief but pushing boundaries to ensure the most creative and effective outcome possible.'
Di Gates, Stick Theory
'Amy was an absolute pleasure to work with, fitting straight into the team and turning her hand to whatever projects were passed her way. Her creativity in design is excellent and she brought a fresh approach to a number of our projects.'
Jane Oswald, Newcastle College
'Amy is a breath of fresh air - reliable, trustworthy, meets deadlines, and creates good quality designs that produce a great user experience. I would happily recommend her (and do) to anyone looking for a great designer.'
Paul Sheperia, Evil Technology