At IGRAPHI Vladimir Herrera offers an integrated set of design services for both web AND print. Vladimir's goal is to visually bring to life your organization's values and create a consistent image that will help to further your marketing and branding efforts.
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Vladimir has over 20 years of experience producing: websites, email marketing campaigns, brochures and sales collateral materials, logo and corporate identities, catalog and magazine layouts, as well as customized products that are most effective for achieving your objectives....
Vladimir specializes in working together with clients, creative directors, editors, web programmers, and copywriters to fully analyze and apply a branding strategy that ensures consistency, creativity, and clear communication, then he carefully craft creative materials that work best for each particular project and target audience.
Vladimir Herrera first joined the field of graphic design while he was working at a U.S. ARMY Recreation Center in Fort Clayton, Panama, in 1991. His first projects included posters and large-scale murals painted using mixed media. After that in 1994, while in school in the U.S., He worked designing La Cronica, a Hispanic newspaper in the Washington, D.C. area.
He continued his career in the newspaper business in Virginia Beach when he joined the Virginian-Pilot in 1995. There he won the "NewCars Magazine Cover Design Competition" and was promoted to art director. The publication was very successful in Hampton Roads and was eventually taken nationwide by Traders Inc.
In 1997 he moved to Europe to develop websites as a contractor for "Different View". After his stint overseas, he came back to the U.S. to work at Contract Advertising, Inc., to redesign 27 magazines targeted to trade associations. In 1999, his knowledge of web and print design enabled him to secure a position at NASA where he designed everything from award-winning websites to books, logos, interactive CDs, and exhibits.
In the spring of 2001, he started working for The...
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