Freelance Artworker uses existing styling and branding set up by a Graphic Designer
From InDesign files with existing styling and branding designed in InDesign by Jenifer Rose. Sarahjane created the new exhibition artist catalogue with images and text supplied by M1 Fine Art. Corrections made from Acrobat Reader using the PDF comments tools.
Artworker creates installation diagram in Adobe Illustrator
Drawn over the top of photographs to create a perfect simple outline illustration to use as an installation diagram. These drawings are made as a vector file and can be used in multiple ways either for print and on the web.
Web PNG, JPEG and print PDF files created by Sarahjane Jackson
This small family run business required eBay banners, icons and logos designed for there website. Sarahjane created these in InDesign where she was able to save to any type of file required e.g. jpeg or png.
This artwork was then used to create their vinyl window stickers, posters, a gravatar / favicon and some adverts.
Graphic Designer’s involved in publishing hire Sarahjane from time to time to help out when they are busy designing. Involved layout that consist of times, dates and places requires a your full attention especially in a ‘What’s On Guide’.
Sarahjane was asked to help out with local magazine Seaford Scene and Eastbourne Old Town Criers. She is highly organised and thoroughly enjoys the challenge. Using style sheets in InDesign to make the design consistent and quicker to layout.
I enjoy a challenge and Fruit asked if I would create Microsoft Word templates for University of Cambridge to help standardise their paperwork. The designer had created the rebrand and I copied this style into Microsoft Word. Using headers, footers and styles to create a variety of templates.
Microsoft Word styles are easy to use once you know how. I am also available to teach.
The Propeller designer created the concept pages and I continued the rest of the 91 page booklet from supplied text and images. Using paragraph styles, master pages and object styles to keep this layout consistent throughout. Plus this also help make the layout quicker.
Sarahjane took on the mammoth text heavy layout project in InDesign of EDF’s craft manuals. Eight manuals in total with around 600 pages long each. The original 1970’s manuals where scanned into word files then Sarahjane imported them into InDesign. Using styles she made from the corporate branding and guidelines to create a consistent document. This also links to automated contents pages for each section. Please see Sarahjane’s references.
A car designer will never build or maintain a car, the mechanic does.
A professional Artworker uses InDesign to its full potential (e.g. master pages, styles, keyboard shortcuts, TOC’s etc.). Creating a clean and tidy print ready layout and will be quicker than a designer. This is excellent for large page documents / catalogues / brochures / reports and tenders, keeping consistencies and to corporate branding. An Artworker will also predict future amends and create the layout accordingly. We also have to be highly organised with studio files e.g. images, word files, amends, each office has its own filing structure. This helps other colleagues pick a project quickly.
Artworker’s enables the designer do what they are good at – DESIGNING!