Sue Hoffman Designs has been producing high quality, creative marketing materials since 1992. We provide the full range of services necessary to carry a job from inception to completion on time and within budget. With a substantial background in both graphic design and business; we understand the importance of deadlines, efficiency and good communication between clients and vendors. Most importantly, we believe a product should always be functional in order to achieve its marketing goal. To ensure success, we use comprehensive project analysis, strong innovative design style and detailed project management.
American Graphic Design Awards - 2007, 2007 & 2011
Queens Small Business of the Year - 2010 & 2013
WCCNV Business of the Year - 2006
Print Regional Design Awards - 2005
Design Excellence - Trade Show Booth
“1000 Best Logos” by, David Carter
"Freelance Design in Practice" by, Cathy Fishel
“Graphic Designs 1” by, David Carter
"Letterhead & Logo Design 11”
“Logos 2 Bright Ideas” by, David Carter
HIGHLIGHTS OF OUR SUCCESS
Designed and implemented a series of html emails to launch and promote a consumer map web site, which resulted in an average growth of 5% each month.
Work with non-profits and government agencies to create interest in programs and events. Including: NYCDEC, Boys & Girls Club of America, Safe Horizons, Public Health Solutions, NYS Council on the Arts, Women's Chamber of Commerce of Nevada, Brighton Beach BID, Town of Southeast, Alberta Canada and Peninsula Counseling Center.
Received design excellence award and a 30% increase in traffic for Forstmann Billiards trade show booth.
Served as art director for major publication redesigns of PR Week, Shopping Solutions and In & Around Bergen County.
Provide strategic and creative design counsel and execution for marketing and communications agencies, including: Christy MacDougall Mitchell, Cole Communications, G.S. Schwartz & Co., DeVries Public Relations, Stern Investor Relations, Constance Consulting, K.W. Promotions and Padilla Speer Beardsley Public Relations.