I provide graphic design services with a focus and passion in nature tourism, wildlife conservation, sustainable agriculture, outdoor recreation, and natural & cultural heritage interpretation. Working independently, or with a variety of teams, I have 17 years of experience as a graphic designer, art director, and interpretive planner. Through my work I strive to capture a sense of place and to connect people to that place. My intention as a designer is to help tell a story, or convey a message, effectively and creatively through graphic elements and the fine composition of those elements. I work with writers and planners from the early stages of a project through its final touches. I work for a diversity of clients across the United States, including federal, state, and local governmental organizations, non-profits, universities, and private businesses. My projects have been as small as designing a single interpretive sign to as large as an entire branding package for a National Heritage Area or Scenic Byway which could include any combination of graphic products such as: logos, brochures, guidebooks, interpretive plans, project reports, infographics, exterior & interior interpretive exhibitry, and wayfinding signage. Click below to see samples of some of my favorite projects.
MajaDesign wishes to acknowledge and thank Ted Eubanks of Fermata, Inc. for use of his beautiful photography in the slideshow above. Ted is a world-class nature photographer who has graciously given MajaDesign rights to include the following images on this website: flock of majestic birds at sunset, American snoutbean (Rhynchosia americana), Kansas barn at sunset, and Piping plover (Charadrius melodus) twins. Also by Ted Eubanks is the Texas lantana (Lantana urticoides) on the clients page.