My name is Daniel Fell (folks call me Danny) and I'm an independent graphic designer working in Northeast Georgia.

 

I have 20 years professional experience as a graphic designer, including logo/identity development, branding, type design, layout, packaging, front-end web, apparel and illustration. I work flexibly in different styles, accurately referencing different eras and tastes. I have a strong interest in the history of design and typography. I also create superior color separations for simulated process printing.

 

I don’t do coding. I do, however, enjoy creating concepts and content for web and other digital platforms.

 

MAKE IT FUN

 

I strongly believe in making this fun. This is what keeps the spark of creativity burning. It’s fun to try new ideas and experiment. It’s fun to create solutions to complex challenges. It’s fun to make things. It’s fun to make cool things.

 

When there’s anxiety and pressure to the point that the process is dreary, it naturally gets reflected in the output. Screw that. I didn’t get in this business to be miserable. I didn’t get good at what I do by hating what I do.

 

When I get started on a project I am excited about, its hard to sit still or do anything else until I am done.

My name is Daniel Fell (folks call me Danny) and I'm an independent graphic designer working in Northeast Georgia.

 

I have 20 years professional experience as a graphic designer, including logo/identity development, branding, type design, layout, packaging, front-end web, apparel and illustration. I work flexibly in different styles, accurately referencing different eras and tastes. I have a strong interest in the history of design and typography. I also create superior color separations for simulated process printing.

 

I don’t do coding. I do, however, enjoy creating concepts and content for web and other digital platforms.

 

MAKE IT FUN

 

I strongly believe in making this fun. This is what keeps the spark of creativity burning. It’s fun to try new ideas and experiment. It’s fun to create solutions to complex challenges. It’s fun to make things. It’s fun to make cool things.

 

When there’s anxiety and pressure to the point that the process is dreary, it naturally gets reflected in the output. Screw that. I didn’t get in this business to be miserable. I didn’t get good at what I do by hating what I do.

 

When I get started on a project I am excited about, its hard to sit still or do anything else until I am done.