leipsiccoverKairos principal Lee Ann Walling deploys the most updated tools of the graphic arts trade — Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign for print projects and digital media.

A recent project with the University of Delaware’s Working Waterfront initiative helped capture the character of the tiny town of Leipsic along Delaware’s bay coast.  Lee Ann did not write the copy, but took photos and designed the colorful report in Adobe InDesign.

She was also able to eat several rockfish sandwiches at the world-famous Sambo’s tavern thanks to this project.

 

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Lee Ann designed this piece for St. Barnabas’ Episcopal Church’s 2015 stewardship campaign, working closely with the rector and stewardship committee. The theme was “Reframe,” as the church had come through some tough times and now had a new rector and the desire to look ahead. Kairos produced an accompanying video to illustrate this piece. This piece was produced with a combination of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign.

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While brochures should always be part of a larger communications project that includes web and social media, they can still effectively lay out a compelling message or ask. This brochure was produced for a successful church stewardship campaign.

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These are posters she designed.  Click on them to enlarge.

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2015 voting rights rally program

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Class project

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Church youth project

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Nets for Life