I have worked with Nancy for several years now on a variety of design projects. What I value most about Nancy is her ingenuity: she can take a complex project and find an effective way to convey the message or bring a text to life. Her work is uncluttered and original. — Mary Irwin, Gifts & Development Officer Friends of the Smith College Libraries
Our Ads get results! — Amy Goodman
Wow. Amazing turn around time. You are very generous with your time and talent. Everything looks great. Beautiful work. — Joseph Ricker
I came to Nancy needing to be rescued from a previous graphic design experience that had gone awry. Nancy was patient and reassuring as we started to work together. I asked her for something ‘inspired’ which I know was not an easy request to fill.
Nancy responded to my somewhat vague and changing ideas with creativity and patience while holding me to a high level of quality. After the design work was completed she guided me though the process of having my materials printed. She offered comments and suggestions about important details, which made a critical difference in the quality of what was produced. This saved me time and money and a set of lovely, creative and inspired promotional materials resulted.
I look forward to working with Nancy again for future graphic design needs. — Janet Bunce, President & CEO, Care for Our Elders
The interactive poem board helped solve a problem the Museum had long been tackling. Dickinson’s practice of playing with words in her poems is vital to understanding her composition process. For many years we relied on explaining this process with a simple handout and an oral explanation of her practice.
The interactive board made it possible to put Dickinson’s poems in “3D,” showing Dickinson in motion. Visitors are astonished by her word play—exactly the reaction we hoped for. At the same time, the board allows them to engage in word play, too. It’s a highlight of the tour. — Cindy Dickinson, Director of Interpretation and Programming
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