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Alec Schmidt

Art Director / Designer

Phoenix, AZ, USA
+1 505 907 1996
I help clarify and bring meaning to my clients brands with a clean and modern approach. I think a brand should be strategic, planned and without any unnecessary elements. I believe that no one should be turned away from obtaining design services because of a tight budget, or lack of resources. I would like to help the world with my work.
Work History
Phoenix, AZ, USA
Jan 2010
Senior Designer
Senior Designer & Director for the Laboratory and it's commissioned projects. My responsibilities included coordinating clients & work. Also, overseeing and collaborating with other designers to complete this work.
Phoenix, AZ, USA
Feb 2007
Art Director / Designer
Completing things from logos design, editorial layout, web design and apparel illustration. I have worked with over 50 clients in the last few years and have been lucky enough to see their brands grow and achieve success. References are available upon request.
Mesa, AZ, USA
Sep 2008Present
Mesa College
AS Digital Art: Graphic Design & Web
Completed course work in General Art fields such as Art History & Color Theory as well as specialized field such as Typography, Illustration, Branding, Printing, Layout & Web Design. After this semester at Mesa, I will be moving on to a larger university to obtain Undergrad / Graduate degrees.
Aug 2009
Featured for Logos 2007 - 2008 Project
Aug 2009
Featured for Types Project
Apr 2010
Featured for Freq Nightclub
Art Direction, Branding, Corporate Identity, Freelance, Graphic Design, HTML/CSS, Identity Systems, Illustrator, Indesign, Logo Design, Photoshop, Print Design, Typographer, Web Design
Blogs & Such
My latest blog / project is somewhat experimental. I've been creating a 600px by 600px piece of artwork every day. This first month I'm only allowing myself to us simple shapes (Line, Circle, Triangle, Square, etc...) and color. Without being able us any textures, effects, or gradients I'm looking to create artistically interesting arrangements, patterns and imagery. Visit the project at