Karen Weber.

My design style focusses on a sleek minimal approach. I aim to start a career in branding and identity, as well as publication and packaging. I have experience in designing the visual identity, the products and running an online store, as well as the social media pages, customer service and more. I also have experience in designing uniforms, brochures and website for a power tool distributor and the brand identity for an Electrician.

Website: www.karenwebergd.com
Email: karen@karenwebergd.com
Social: @karenweber.gd

Shortlisted for CEIH Award
Shortlisted for Mental Health Project, Sorry Not Sorry Application (with Tahlia, Lieze, Ruby, Aimee)


Describe yourself in 3 words.
Designer, Illustrator, Photographer

Hobby outside of design?
I really love taking photos and painting in my spare time.

What type of design do you enjoy the most?
I mostly enjoy creating brand identities that include logos, stationary, packaging and even web design, as I enjoy creating a wide range of design items.

Who is your design inspiration and why?
My design inspiration does not come from an individual, but from the word around me. I find that each design project requires different inspiration to meet the brief, and it allows me to create a wide variety of work.

Looking through your portfolio, what is one piece of work that you are really proud of and why?
It is difficult to pick a piece of work that I am most proud of as I have put the same amount of effort and dedication into each design. At the moment I would choose my work for WarnElec Electrical Services as it is my first official paid design project as a graduated Graphic Designer. It was a great learning curve into working freelance with a client and creating a brand identity and stationery for a new business.