“Very well received, beautifully visual, and interactive. Lots of great feedback. Thanks again for all your help, Lauren. I look forward to working with you again in the future.”
“Lauren is an extremely proficient, deadline-driven, creative, and collaborative graphic designer and product marketer. Lauren is able to take ambiguous direction and transform it into meaningful and effective design…I’d recommend Lauren to anyone.”
“Lauren, you’ve done a tremendous job on our work — the logo is powerful, the tshirt, the report design, business cards, and the Spear Infographic are DOPE!!!! Ok, over the past week, I have shared the reports with a few dozen folks; the concept and content are brilliant, but EVERYONE loved the design. Great work.”
In 2010, Lauren Butler graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts with an emphasis in Graphic Design. In 2011, she moved to the Portland Area in Oregon, where she continues to pursue her love of art and design.
Having ten years of experience as a Graphic Designer, Lauren has worked in diverse range of environments from corporate towers to small businesses, with teams and independently, in-house and remotely. Lauren is committed to expressing brand authenticity through successful design that functions in alignment with its purpose to create a unique experience that customers recognize and trust. She believes having a inspired, creative perspective is an invaluable asset to every business and project, and loves to help businesses discover their visual identity through results-driven graphic design and engaging illustrations.
Where do I even start? We were expecting Aubrey to arrive on October 1, 2021 but due to severe preeclampsia and HELLP syndrome she came early at 32 weeks. We are so blessed and excited to have her and it's been a fast 3.5 months getting to know her. She hit all her...
I have been trying to figure out what I need to talk about during this coronavirus pandemic. It was difficult to find something to talk about because I've worked remotely for a while and zoom and Skype, Slack, and Asana became normal parts of my work life so that...
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