About Red Airplane Design.

Started by Liz Hixon in March of 2018, Red Airplane Design offers comprehensive design and branding services including logos, business collateral (business cards, letterhead, brochures, trade show banners, presentation decks, etc) and SEO optimized, mobile friendly websites. The entirety of the design process is centered around the audience who will be interacting with your brand.

5 Tenets of a Great Brand Experience.

Red Airplane Design is committed to making your brand stand out from the crowd. If your company is striving to align with the five core concepts below, you’ve already done the hard work. My job is just to help you exhibit the qualities that already make your brand unique! If you’re not sure where you stand on these five points, let me help you brainstorm methods to get you there!

Committing to Quality

Maintaining Core Values

Applying Aesthetic Design

Streamlining Interfaces

Engaging Customers

About Liz Hixon.

I’m a graphic and web designer passionate about user-centered design. In high school, I learned HTML and CSS and developed websites for my robotics team and a local non-profit organization. As a junior at KU, I took an interaction design class and loved the technical aspect of design: identifying a problem, researching audience needs, developing a solution and user-testing to determine its relevance. As a senior, I took a design internship where I learned web design the content management way. I worked there two years in addition to a semester internship as a graphic and web designer for a small design and branding firm in Kansas City.

My goal in starting Red Airplane Design was to expand as a freelancer and offer more inclusive services. I hope to work with clients who recognize the importance of a wholistic brand experience designed specifically with their audience in mind.

About Liz Hixon.

I’m a graphic and web designer passionate about user-centered design. In high school, I learned HTML and CSS and developed websites for my robotics team and a local non-profit organization. As a junior at KU, I took an interaction design class and loved the technical aspect of design: identifying a problem, researching audience needs, developing a solution and user-testing to determine its relevance. As a senior, I took a design internship where I learned web design the content management way. I worked there two years in addition to a semester internship as a graphic and web designer for a small design and branding firm in Kansas City.

My goal in starting Red Airplane Design was to expand as a freelancer and offer more inclusive services. I hope to work with clients who recognize the importance of a wholistic brand experience designed specifically with their audience in mind.

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