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Sue Jenkins

Graphic Design, Illustration, Web Developer

Web Design

Web Design

The internet is the one of the fastest ways to reach consumers but it’s getting more and more competitive each day. To be an internet success you need a good looking, fast-loading, user-oriented, modern website built to conform to the latest web standards yet bold enough to stand proud on the web. Luckychair uses standards-compliant technologies including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, and PHP.

At Luckychair, we care about your bottom-line and want you to reach your goals. That’s why we’ll ask the tough questions that help you define your specific business needs and your objectives for a web presence—and we’ll be there to serve as your business partner while you discover the answers to them. Let us help you get started.

Illustration

Illustration

Luckychair develops unique, marketable designs for greeting card manufacturers, and we are always looking to develop new licensing partnerships in Stationery and Paper Products, Publishing, Textiles, Gifts, Fashion/Accessories, and Home Furnishings.

Luckychair currently has a line of over 100 unique, marketable designs. We have kitchen mixers, toasters, sushi, wheat grass, cakes, pies, bar sets, lamps, chairs, wedding cakes, baby bottles, bassinettes, stuffed animals, candles, cats, dogs, Christmas tree ornaments, holiday stars, menorah, ice skates, champagne flutes, lucky bamboo, ivy, flowers, cactus, and paper lanterns.

Print Design

Print Design

Luckychair designs beautiful branding, illustration, and print communication solutions for businesses, corporations, non-profits, and entrepreneurs all across the country. The core of our expertise lies in the unique combination of our strong visual sensibilities and sound development experience.

Developing an effective brand or identity doesn’t automatically mean having to spend a ton of money - but it does take time and careful consideration. We help you build a strong new corporate identity with logo concepts, colors, and templates designed to fit your business.

In addition to custom logos, we design business cards, letterhead, envelopes, brochures, post cards, flyers, web and magazine ads, posters, cd covers, and anything related to print design. We also create editorial art and illustrations for advertising, children’s books, and textbooks.

Contact Information

info@luckychair.com
www.luckychair.com

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About the Artist

Sue Jenkins is a web and graphic designer, illustrator, software instructor, fine art photographer, and writer, as well as owner and creative director of Luckychair, a full-service web and graphic design studio serving businesses across the U.S. since 1997.

Sue is an Adobe Certified Expert and Adobe Certified Instructor, and currently works as Assistant Professor at Marywood University teaching courses in front-end web development and graphic design. In addition, she is the author of several ‘For Dummies’ books and other instructional books on Web Design, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, and Photoshop including her most recent popular books Web Design All-in-One For Dummies, Smashing Photoshop: 100 Professional Techniques, Tumblr For Dummies, and Dreamweaver All-in-One For Dummies.

Sue holds an MFA in Photography and is an award-winning software instructor appearing in several Adobe Software Training programs,on Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Illustrator, and Dreamweaver, available online from ClassOnDemand and Lynda.com/LinkedIn Learning.

Luckychair specializes in distinguished web design, logo design, and illustration for businesses, corporations, non-profits, and entrepreneurs across the country. Our primary goal is to create customized communication solutions for our ever-growing list of clients—all while keeping our eyes to art and design, our hearts towards honesty and integrity, and our minds towards quality and professionalism. In addition to web sites, logos, and illustration, we do graphic design, design software training, writing, and web consulting.

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