ARE WE A GOOD FIT?

Productive, friendly, attentive. If you’re seeking an efficient designer with clear communication and a unique perspective to move your project forward, look no further! My experience includes websites, logos, branding, brochures, posters, and more.

My goal is to build quality relationships and deliver my best possible work. To achieve this I've developed an efficient creative workflow.


MY WORKFLOW

STEP 1: DISCOVER

The Discover step seeks to understand and define you and your business. Think of this introspective interview like a friendly, deep conversation about your business.

This allows me to aptly create quality work that resonates with your customers.

STEP 2: EXPLORE

After the Discover step, I have a solid handle on you, your business, and the mission for this project the Explore step can launch! Here is where the creative gears start really turning.

I launch into brainstorm, followed by a few rough project concepts for your review and feedback.

STEP 3: ESTABLISH

Finally we find ourselves in Step Three: Establish! With the guidance of your feedback, the design evolves to its final form. After up to three rounds of feedback and revision, your Final product is born!

File packs include source files, and come with a file types and color modes for both print and web.


ABOUT PATERKA

Paterka began designing in 2009 but has always been extremely creative. Starting Design by Paterka in 2016, she has focused on providing local businesses with excellent graphic design service.

In addition to graphic design and creative consulting with Design by Paterka, she runs The Moto Meetup, an online shop specializing in enamel pins, patches, and stickers. Paterka wears every hat there is for The Moto Meetup. Together she and her husband run the Root Cellar Farm, an organic vegetable business in Lewis County. Paterka is the marketing manager, designs and slings vegetables for the farmers market booth, and helps out in the field seeding, weeding, and harvesting.

Paterka was born and raised in Washington state. After three years of study, she earned a Bachelor of Arts from The Evergreen State College in 2013. In 2018 her custom motorcycle was invited to The One Motorcycle Show. Today Paterka continues to demolish goals. She adores animals, carbureted vehicles, and experiencing nature, and is always learning new skills.