About Design is not the narrow application of formal skills, it is a way of thinking. Chris Pullman
Jane Aylward began JAT Graphics in 2003 to assist businesses interested in improving their visual impact.
She has built a loyal clientele, working efficiently under tight deadlines, providing a quick turnaround, and producing creative results at a reasonable cost.
I learned the fundamentals of design, composition, and color the old-school way—in art school—in the days of hand-lettering and manual typesetting. In 2002, I put away my Rapidograph pens, tossed the Rubylith, and stepped into the digital world of design. Since those early days, I have mastered Adobe's Creative Suite on both PC and Mac platforms.
Believing that a balanced life is a happy life, I spend my free time singing with Voix de Femmes, a women's chamber choir ensemble, and caring for my family and friends.
Newest Niche–Alleluia & Can I Get an Amen!
Seasoned designers are accustomed to creating all kinds of product for their customers. Sometimes a repeat product type leaves a designer thinking, "Hmmm...I really like doing this particular type of design work; perhaps I've found my niche." So it is with me. I am finding that in this meme-lovin', internet-driven world, many church communities still rely on providing a printed, weekly bulletin for their parishioners. Bulletin creation has been left mostly to admin. assistants and church secretaries, who must squeeze this task in among their other duties. The results are usually less than stellar, both from an editorial and design perspective.
But now, JAT Graphics has stepped in. For a flat fee, I can design and prepare for press and web, your weekly church bulletin. Bulletins look organized, visually pleasing, and are easy to read. If this interests you, please contact me!