Happy birthday lettica!

Sunday 4 January 2015

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One year ago today I began working as a freelance designer. The last twelve months have been quite a journey! I have learned so much to add to my design and typography skills and knowledge. I have new-found skills in teaching, accounting, building web sites, product photography, social media – the list goes on. Thank you to everyone who helped me get started on this amazing journey, and to everyone who has supported me along the way. I’ve got loads more exciting ideas for the coming year, and I’m looking forward to working with lots of new print-loving clients, and making lots of lovely letterpress stationery.

To celebrate, today I am launching a search for a special new client for 2015. This year I will be providing design services for one project free of charge for one lucky new client. So, if you know anyone who isn’t already one of my lovely clients, who you think might benefit from this offer, please share this with them. All they need to do is to email hello@lettica.co.uk before 28 February 2015 telling me what they need designing, why they think they would like to work with me on their project and when their deadline is. And on 2 March I will choose one lucky person.

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Hello! I’m Sarah, an independent graphic designer & typographer, helping businesses to communicate their unique selling points through printed marketing and communications.

I’ve been sharing my knowledge about design, typography, marketing, branding and printing since 2014. I hope you enjoy reading my blog.

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