Formally trained in traditional design, layout, production and printing, Diane Wooldridge has almost twenty years experience in print design and production. She was an early adopter of web technology, with more than ten years experience in web site design and development. She is completely at home using Quark XPress, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and Page Spinner. She has a proven ability to take projects from start to finish.
1985 – August, 1989 B.A., Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX
Majored in News Editorial Journalism, with a minor in Spanish. GPA 3.0.
March, 1994 – present. Owner, TurnerPhillips Advertising and Graphic Design
Freelance projects from start to finish and work with existing creative teams. Design and produce all forms of printed materials using a Macintosh environment. Produce web sites, catalogs, sport programs, brochures, advertising, point of purchase displays and support materials, packaging, t-shirt designs, and logo designs. Teach and consult.
Designed and coordinated production of all catalogs, flyers, advertisements and point of purchase displays and support materials. Directed the co-op advertising program. Placed advertising. Initiated and implemented new promotional programs and contests. Planned budgets and yearly spending.
Created 4-color and custom color designs for the monthly AARC Times magazine. Coordinated and produced the American Association for Respiratory Care's affiliate member newsletters for NC, PA, NJ, and GA. Designed print advertisements and brochures for AARC. Communicated daily with printers concerning new technology and quotes. Worked in Illustrator, Design Studio and Microsoft Word.
Produced mechanical comps and daily graphics for the News/Art department. Designed weekly front page section called The House of the Week. Worked in Quark, Illustrator, MacDraw and Pagemaker. During this time, I also freelanced for LeWay Advertising in Fort Worth producing print advertisements.