Since 2002 Jina Constantin has been doin' the most for clients and employers. She built a reputation as a top creative director by delivering strategic design ideas that materialize to profitable calls to action.
Jina brings strategic creative vision to every project and company, becoming an integral member of creative teams as a worker bee and a talented leader. As an approachable and effective creative, her insights and workmanship enable the highest quality designed deliverables to get out the door in record time while empowering team members to work toward their strengths. Her methods have been successful for notable clients including Amazon, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Macy's, Jamba Juice, The Seattle Science Center, and Love Has No Labels, along with scores of small-to-large businesses, regional NGO, and more.
Branding is everything that guides an organization's internal decisions, and informs external perceptions.
"Changes enable me to practice doing what she loves."
Jina is obsessed with attracting your target market to you.
"If we disagree, I just tell you twice then does the damn thing."
Less is more.
There's no time like the present.
Jina wants to always do the right thing.
Jina acts to be the change she wants to see in the world.
Companies & NGO's need to look great to their target audience; Jina strategically assists with that. She develops the customer experience, plus the look-n-feel of marketing campaigns, brand identities, and all things printed, put online or a device. Jina creates solutions that compel the target market to act in favor of the bottom line and goals.
Creative Expertise Jina's Known For:
Responsive Web Design
Slide Decks & Presentations
UI / UX Design
Brand Identity Systems
Branded Environments: Retail Design, Wayfinding and Signage Systems, Trade Shows Events
Brand Design Audits
Website Design Audits
App UI / UX Audit
Competitor Reviews & Audits
JINA'S RARE & AWESOME QUALITIES
- The "what can I do for you?" attitude
- No fuss design changes
- Fast delivery, few design changes
- No prob going back to the drawing board
- Working with ambiguity