holligraphics started in 1991 in the San Francisco Bay area, providing specialized graphic design and desk-top publishing services to several area businesses and corporations.
Since then, holligraphics has been still evolving with the ever-growing technology; having worked with clients from the west coast, mid-west, and now in the south.
In between relocations (due to spouse's graduate studies and research work) and raising kids, holligraphics still held on with small projects here and there, including volunteer work with the schools and local sports organizations when possible.
These newsletters were printed for The Houston Club members and their guests.
The 16 page newsletter started as a monthly full-color printed newsletter. To cut on costs, it later was printed to cover two months at a time, as well as going online.
To view a newsletter, click on one of the samples on the left to open as a PDF.
This is one of holligraphics newer website projects for Officials Management Group, specifically tailored to USSF certified referees. As a certifed USSF referee herself, it has allowed her to understand much of it's content.
SAMPLE EVENT POSTERS
As sole proprietor, I have always believed in providing upscale, clean and simple designs for businesses at a very reasonable cost.
I am a person of many talents... I have worked in several different industries; from administrative to retail. I believe in getting the job done, and doing it right the first time.
I thrive on challenges and keeping busy. I work in a time efficient manner and meet deadlines.
I started out in print and desktop publishing within graphic design, working with clients in providing clean and concise end user documentation for software training and presentations.
I later became involved with website design and maintenance which I am still involved in, especially with the newer web design programs available to users these days.
I've always believed in providing up-scaled, clean and simple designs for business needs and at a very reasonable cost. These days, many websites are full of ads, annoying pop-ups and overwhelming to look at, leaving the viewer frustrated. This is where I can make a difference. A website, ad, or any other piece of media should be designed to be "pleasing to the eye" and not cluttered. The viewer should be able to navigate throughout the website with ease of finding what they want.
With the busy life of technological gagets, it is rare to see "simplicity".