mozarella limited design - about ella

about Ella Coleman - Elaine Coleman (Mozarella Ltd) a freelance graphic designer, working in London. Her approach and clients she has worked with since March 2005. Ella designs and produces bespoke materials - logo design, handmade cards, wedding invitations, workshop materials, PowerPoint design, London, Ella Coleman, Elaine Coleman, Mozarella Limited, Mozarella Ltd, logos, handmade cards, wedding invitations, business cards, workshop materials

 

 

 

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Ella Coleman

I am a freelance graphic designer. I bring a fun, creative approach to projects that I work on, balanced by an appreciation for the need for professionalism and practicality. I enjoy working closely with clients, helping them to see their projects from conception to completion. I am a stickler for detail, and am very organised, and I use these skills to help my clients to manage their projects, ensuring that deadlines are met in the least stressful, most enjoyable way. I enjoy the opportunity to train clients on elements of computer packages, thereby empowering them to create their own materials and have fun doing so.

Having worked extensively in the field of employee communications and HR, one of my key strengths is the ability to quickly understand and translate the business context into visual work. I have worked with clients at their events, creating and updating materials in ‘real time’.

I have been freelancing since March 2005. My recent clients include:
Ann Edwards Associates, BP, the Change Academy, the Change Space, Connectwell, Equip Ltd, Fischer Associates, Hewitt, Hill & Knowlton, Innecto Reward Consulting, The Institute of Information Security Professionals, Jackson Samuel Consulting, Lloyds TSB, Newham Council (Early Start), One in a Million, Principle3, Serco, University of Leeds, YSC.

I hold certificates in graphic design and graphic applications. I also have a BA in English and Humanities and a Diploma in Journalism. I am originally from South Africa and have lived in the UK for nine years.