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Antone Malone

Freelance Ad Designer, Graphic Designer, & More

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Location:Severn, Maryland, United States
Website: http://www.amalonedesign.com
Profile:https://www.freelanced.com/antonemalone
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a. Malone Design is a Disabled Veteran Owner-operated graphic design service. Our mission is to capture our client's ideas and bring them to reality. a. Malone Design has the experience and tools to meet your demands and deliver professional results. First impressions are everything. If your branding or design is unrefined or lacks appeal, chances are potential clients will go to one of your competitors. Most consumers make decisions based on appearance. a. Malone Design can help you create a great first impression. With a. Malone Design you can expect fresh and creative concepts, quick turn around times, and professional results. There is no need to look any further, once you choose "a. Malone Design".

We have produced hundreds of finished branding, technical drawing, and communication products for a diverse client base. a. Malone Design LLC offers services to both commercial and government clients. a. Malone Design LLC designed, produced and maintained graphical user interface elements for commercial websites. This work included designing the overall look and feel (branding, i.e., logos, etc.) and HTML and CSS coding for the websites. Clients have praised a. Malone Design LLC for its professionalism, quick turn-around times, and for its outstanding work; like the type of work that was instrumental in helping one of its clients secure a contract with the federal government.

Your company will not only benefit from the professionalism a. Malone Design LLC brings to the table, but also the experience its owner, Antone Malone. Mr. Malone designed and produced a broad range of finished branding and communication products for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). He designed a myriad of branding elements that are displayed throughout the NGA’s new 2.4 million square-foot campus. Additionally, he provided graphic design support to the NGA Director’s Vision Integration Team (VIT). As a graphic designer for the VIT, he created the team’s logo as well as a host of other communication graphics for print media and the web. He further designed countless posters, web-based graphics and brochures in support of the NGA’s Leadership Development lunchtime training series. Mr. Malone was highly praised for his innovative and creative concepts. Clients within the NGA noted his ability to capture their intangible thoughts, ideas and feelings and produce them into a tangible media. Divisions within the NGA often sought Mr. Malone for their graphic design projects, because his work was always exceptional, professional and timely.