I'm a graphic designer and web developer. I have a passion for interactive design, and I love creating unique yet intuitive websites that exceed my clients' expectations.
I also design logos, advertising, collateral material, event posters, illustrations, and anything else that requires some creative expertise.
Fun fact: I adore letterpress printing ever since taking a class in college, and I have a dream of one day owning my own press.
Aside from art, I have a passion for consignment/thrift shopping, diy projects and upcycling, food, travel, hiking, and being as socially and environmentally responsible as I can. I also love dogs. Dogs are cool.
To learn more about me, check out my resumé.
This is a selection of pages from a promotional booklet designed for University Unions Office of Technology & Design at James Madison University. view larger images
These posters were designed in collaboration with Hannah England for a student-produced short action film. I did the digital paintings and the typography, and Hannah designed the "we're all mad here" illustration. view larger images
This poster was designed for the first annual Reel Change Film Festival in Harrisonburg, Virginia. view larger
This logo for a fictional tea company is part of a personal project I did to build skills in hand-lettering and branding.
This logo is for a private saxophone studio run by Jason (Wally) Wallace in Greensboro, North Carolina. Wally wanted the logo to incorporate a sleek, modern version of the lion rampant found in the Wallace family crest and convey a sense of musical heritage and excellence. view color variations
This logo is for JMU's E.A.R.T.H. Club. They wanted something organic, fun, and hand-drawn, and they wanted it to reflect their purpose.
The Prism Gallery, an art gallery at James Madison University, needed a logo for a new international gallery. They wanted the logo to incorporate fabrics from different cultures but still be synonymous with the original Prism Gallery. The logo on the left is the original and the one on the right is my redesign. view larger
I designed this logo for the Annual Reel Change Film Festival in Harrisonburg, Virginia. The logo is designed to work with whatever topic the festival may focus on each year.
I designed and developed this website for the Valley Crop Mob of Harrisonburg, Virginia. It is powered by WordPress and features custom illustrations and animations. It won first place in the Broadcast Education Association 2013 Festival of Media Arts Student Interactive Multimedia Competition. view website
I designed this website for Danville Concert Association. They wanted a means for Danville residents and visitors to easily get information about upcoming performances. The website was developed by Chiedo Labs. view website
I designed and developed this website for Accomack Organic Feed in Parksley, Virginia. It is powered by WordPress. The logo was designed by Hannah England. view website
This is an interactive guide to Fred Astaire developed in Flash. It won third place in the Broadcast Education Association 2012 Festival of Media Arts Student Interactive Multimedia Competition. view website
This website was designed and developed for an artist in California. view website
I designed and developed this website for Your Stuff & Kids' Stuff Consignment Boutiques. The site is powered by WordPress and features custom graphics. You can read more about this project on my blog. view website
I designed this tablet app for a group project. The project involved conceptualizing an app, developing a creative brief, proposing a budget and timeline, and UI design. view more
Enlightened is a digital painting (ink drawing scanned then colored in Photoshop) depicting a garden gnome meeting Buddha. view larger
Tilt-Shifted is a triptych I did for a drawing class. The original drawings are 22" x 30" in charcoal. The first drawing of the triptych was featured in James Madison Univeristy's School of Art and Art History Juried Undergraduate Exhibition. view larger images
© 2013 Maggie Josey