About

I started William Easton Design in January 2001 after I left Qwest Dex. With close to a decade of different design positions with organizations like the Iowa City Press Citizen, University of Iowa, Moore Business Systems, the Advertiser, Penny Saver, Parsons Technology and Qwest Dex, I decided freelance design work was the best option for maximum creativity and freedom.

My programming skills include XHTML, CSS, PHP, Java, Javascript, Perl, C and C++. My primary skill area is in Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Quark Xpress.

My work experience includes a good mix of both print and internet media. My level of involvement ranges from the initial concept stage to final printing or web publishing. This thorough knowledge allows me to create designs that will look great in their final form and not just at proof stage.

In addition to myself, I also utilize individual specialists for unique assignments. Their duties range from complex computer programming to design work for larger projects. They are all leaders in their particular field and are always a welcome asset to my team.

 

  • The “Analysis” symbol used on the Services page is by Azis, from The Noun Project collection.
  • The “Camera” symbol used on the Services page is by Lemon Liu, from The Noun Project collection.
  • The “Server” symbol used on the Services page is by Sergio Luna, from The Noun Project collection.
  • The “Design” symbol used on the Services page is by Scott Lewis, from The Noun Project collection.
  • The “Browser” symbol used on the Services page is by Darren Barone, from The Noun Project collection.