Barbara McConkey has a 30-year reputation for providing excellence in graphic design. She has the proven ability to create and manage successful public education, fundraising and marketing campaigns for a variety of public agencies, non-profits and private businesses inlcuding the City of Olympia, Hands On Children’s Museum, Intercity Transit, the LOTT Alliance, Thurston County Environmental Programs, the Timberland Regional Library, TRL Library Foundation, Masterworks Choral Ensemble, Pope John Paul II High School, and the Washington State Department of Health.
A Full Spectrum of Services
Barbara brings a wide range of skills and experience to her clients and their projects. Design services include theme and concept development for advertising, marketing, public education and fundraising campaigns; copywriting and editing; illustration; logos and visual identities; signage & displays; web design, photo restoration, and production of printed materials such as brochures, booklets, posters, direct mail, postcards and displays. Her ability to provide a full spectrum of services lends efficiency and consistency to each stage of a project.
Relevant, Effective Design
Public education and non-profits are areas of expertise for InForm Design — particularly in regards to fundraising and public health and environmental education issues such as household hazardous waste, recycling used motor oil, non-point pollution, water quality protection and water/wastewater treatment. Barbara’s familiarity with these issues ensures marketing concepts that make strong connections to their audiences.
A Proven Record of Success
Barbara’s nationally award-winning design work has been successful at raising awareness in targeted audiences with imaginative concepts and messages that are clear, concise and memorable. Clients benefit from advertising, marketing and fundraising campaign materials achieve measurable results and enjoy a long shelf life. Barbara is able to work within, and make the most of her client’s budgets by offering creative strategies to streamline design labor, reduce printing costs, ease distribution and reduce waste.