Print Archives – Crystal Frankenbery
Crystal Frankenbery is a freelance graphic designer from Seattle, WA specializing in branding, social content, and marketing. She is a Seattle University Graduate.
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Power BI Whitepaper

As a Production Designer with the C+E Brand Team at Microsoft, I worked with the Brand Manager to carry expression through products such as Azure, Dynamics 365, and Power BI. It is crucial to maintain a consistent brand no matter the collateral and this specific project was no exception. For this 32-page white paper, we created a clear white paper template. I was given the content and diagrams that I had to convert in the Power BI brand style.

Built using: Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator

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Healthcare Whitepaper

The healthcare industry saves lives, cures disease and makes us healthier and happier, yet many consumers view it with apathy. Dive into this 12 page white paper to explore all the challenges this industry faces when it comes to evolving their communications strategies and earning consumer love.

The goal of this project was to share our health sector’s well-informed perspective—and educate clients and prospects about the depth and flexibility of WE’s Brands in Motion findings. I led the design from start to finish, working with the content team collaboratively.

When laying out content for a white paper, it’s important to first consider printing specifications before designing for digital, even if it will be the primary source of output. Sourcing authentic-feeling healthcare stock photography is also a fun challenge. Take a look at the full whitepaper here.

PMG Website & Rebrand

As a Senior Graphic Designer at PMG, I worked on updating our visual identity into a comprehensive brand book, setting guidelines that would ensure we maintain a balance between telling our company story and converting our target audience.

I spearheaded the design for PMG’s new website, setting rules for the gradients, typography, and icon styles, which all fits into meeting the needs of our B2B visitors. I worked hand-in-hand with PMG’s Director of Digital to marry form and function for a website designed to drive conversions. I also designed foundational B2B content including our brand style book, powerpoint templates, infographics, blog posts headers, and more. Check out our latest infographic about Account-Based Marketing by following the link below:



Marketing Flyers

When I am designing for print, I take into consideration font size for readability, and strong visuals to pair to your compelling content. Nothing beautiful ever asks for attention, and I think simplicity is the key to a successful marketing piece. Here are some designs I’ve done for clients over the years!

Stash Rewards Brochure

Stash Front Desk Brochure + Print Ad

Stash Hotel Rewards brings over 150+ one-of-a-kind boutique hotels into one loyalty program. It’s free and easy and perfect for travelers who love independent and boutique hotels. This brochure design goes out to all of our partners to educate hotel guests about the program.

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Beer For A Cause Poster

Hosted by Full Life Care, this service learning project involved creating a design for a fundraising event. They wanted something that would attract all ages and audiences to come together to helps adults of all ages with chronic illnesses, and physical or developmental disabilities