My Commitment To My Clients is The Key To My Success
MEET ALL DEADLINES
By setting up a schedule that is realistic it enables room for both sides to enjoy the creative process and then stick with the timeline.
Technology is constantly evolving and sometimes it seems impossible to keep up. Change can be daunting, but I will do my best to remain open and flexible, and always look to the future.
TO BE RESPONSIVE
Sometime’s it can be tricky juggling multiple projects and deadlines, but I will always reply to your emails and phone calls within a few days at most. If you ever have an emergency, or deadline, I’m always on hand and you will have my full attention.
I don’t throw my money around, and I wouldn’t expect you to either. I’m not the cheapest web designer in town, but I’m not the most expensive either! If you hire me I want you to feel satisfied that I delivered a good product at a fair price.
More About Me
I was born and raised in the village of Mirfield, West Yorkshire. Throughout my school years I always excelled in the artistic topics, from making Christmas decorations out of egg boxes and foil to having my polystyrene framed painting of a giant displayed in the local library. This led to me heading down the creative route in school and college, choosing subjects such as Art & Design as my main focus.
After contemplating a career in the Police Force, it was by chance that I became a Graphic Designer after my uncle invited me to work for him as an Apple Mac Operator where I was taught the fundamental Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop basics. From then on I was hooked, I thrived on the daily challenges that teaching myself brought (and I still do!!) however frustrating it can get it still gives me a great sense of achievement. I went on to land my desired job in Liverpool and thus began a varied and interesting career spanning over two decades
So to sum it all up, I have been a graphic designer for print and web since 1996 working for the NHS, International Pharmaceutical Companies, Printers and a Design Studio in a small family run business. However in 2008 after being made redundant whilst on maternity leave, I decided that now was the time to start my own business, the imaginatively titled Jelli’s Design (get the play on my maiden name? – Jennifer Ellis), to provide the best possible design and marketing services whilst also having the flexibility to juggle work with being a mum to my now 10 and 6 year old daughters. I love the fact that I can take them to the park on a sunny afternoon or go to the gym first thing, so working the hours in the day that’s not the conventional 9am-5pm suits me just fine!!