Becky Herron: Graphic Artist & Website Designer
Attention to Detail, Personal Service
My name is Becky Herron, and I founded Dreamkissed Design in 2006 as a way to live my dream of being an artist in a way that helps small businesses suceed. While I’ve always been an artist, my professional background is in education and marketing. My experience in those fields influences my design work in powerful ways. I understand learning and communication, and use that knowledge to create memorable designs that engage both the eye and the mind.
My clients say that I’m a responsive, creative expert who can explain technical issues in plain English. The distinctive designs I create for each client stem from a passionate belief that design and presentation must complement a company’s personality and purpose.
Whether your project is large or small, I’m interested. I know my clients by name, both those I see face to face, and those who live and work thousands of miles away. Whether it’s an eye-catching logo, an informative brochure, an easy to use website, or simple advice on strengthening your brand, your dreams are my passion.
I Believe in Small Business
Small businesses are the heart of America and Canada. Originally based in Northwest Arkansas, not too far from Wal-Mart headquarters, I thought about pursuing work with the big, national companies located nearby – a lot of local graphic artists and marketers did. I chose instead to work with small business owners. Building relationships that stretch across international borders, and seeing the businesses I’ve worked with grow and succeed, is satisfying in a way that being a cog in a big wheel could never be.
Part of Your Team
Great design and copy writing comes from collaboration and sometimes even a little friction. Occasionally the first draft hits the nail on the head, but more often it takes at least one revision to make the final product shine. Together we make a great team:
You, as an expert in your field.
Me, offering suggestions for better results.
That’s why I offer unlimited revisions within the scope of each project. I’m not happy until the finished product is one I’m proud to put my name on, and you’re proud to call your own.