Business cards to billboards, wearables to web sites, print products to digital design.

Since 1988, I’ve crafted promotional products for clients near and far, small biz and corporate alike. I have a Pygmalion drive: if it can be better, it SHOULD be better.

I often hear: “I had no idea you did THAT” – even from friends and family members who’ve been at my side throughout a three-decade career. Marketing efforts for myself are abyssmal, so I’ve compiled this guide to What I Do:

Design and Print

  • Logos

  • Cards, Letterheads, Envelopes

  • Brochures, Flyers, Sell Sheets, Handbills

  • Wearables (shirts, hats)

  • Signage and Billboards

  • Political Campaign Material (yard signs, lapel magnets, posters)

  • Vehicle Decals and Wraps

  • Outdoor and Trade Show Banners

  • Popup Banners

  • Publication Design (books, magazines, manuals)

  • Imprinted Items (mugs, pens, notepads, corporate gifts)

Digital Design and Marketing

  • Web Site Design and Construction

  • Web Site and Email Hosting

  • E-Commerce

  • Domain Name Selection and Procurement

  • Search Engine Optimization and Analysis

  • Google PPC Campaigns

  • E-news and Promos

  • Social Media Graphics (Facebook Covers, Profiles and Posts, Instagram and Pinterest Imagery)

  • Social Media Campaigns (crafting content, optimizing post schedules, building a Follower/Influencer base)

  • Advanced Photoshop Editing

  • Interactive / Fillable / Online PDF Forms (conversion of existing forms or creation of new, custom forms)

Jennifer Lee of Design Plus Web Design and Print Marketing

When asked if I’ve lived in Jacksonville all my life, I answer: “Not yet.”

My design history began as a 19-year-old advertising exec for the local newspaper.

After three years at that gig, I joined the advertising team of a national retailer where I was set before a newly-purchased digital imagesetting system that was as foreign – and frightful – to me as it was to the entire department. I had zero experience with anything electronic, much less computers (this was the eighties, y’all) and yet, I was assigned the task of mastering this behemoth – equipped only with a 40-pound manual and a vote of confidence from my superior. After a few pages, fortunately (and inexplicably) the convoluted code “spoke to me” and I tossed the manual.

When the company moved to Dallas, I chose to remain here and launch my business. Apple had just unveiled the Mac computer so I adopted that system, learning once again by a self-taught, cause-and-effect method.

For the next 15 years I contracted to area print shops and  other ad agencies, providing a crazy volume of press-ready designs. As the web morphed into mainstream, I was able to segue into that arena by relying on the same design principles while adapting to a massive change in methodology.

I built my first web site in 1998. These days, my diverse background provides me with a broad perspective of how to best integrate the web marketing realm with the still viable print media – and vice versa.

Jenni Lee of Design Plus, web and print designer

And yes, I am indeed a One Woman Show.

In a Two-Dog Office.

With a cat here and there.

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