||If a picture is worth a thousand words, the same can be said about a great design. The right look will speak volumes, even before the first word is read. It will captivate readers, inspire their imaginations and compel them to go deeper, all the while projecting an image in keeping with its subject’s mission. Creating the “right look” is no small feat, but S. Collette Design has proven its ability to do so on countless occasions. The studio has been making health care, corporate, small-business, individual and non-profit clients shine since 1994, when it was first opened by Sandra Collette.
With more than 20 years of experience in the field of graphic design, Sandra has earned a reputation for excellence. She provides a comprehensive range of services, including conceptual design, art direction and all vendor and print supervision. She operates her studio according to the creative philosophy that it must offer both superior graphic design and successful solutions, and she prides herself on effectively meeting the specific needs of each and every client. To this end, Sandra has established a network of talented writers, photographers, printers and other skilled specialists whom she calls upon, as appropriate, to achieve the best results.
Sandra is a graduate of the Philadelphia College of Art. Prior to launching her own business, she worked with top design firms throughout the New York and Connecticut area. Her versatility as a designer is reflected in the body of her work and the clients she has served. She has designed and produced everything from annual reports to websites, magazines to newsletters, corporate identities to employee literature, brochures to invitations and more.
Over the years, Sandra has received numerous accolades for her creativity and expertise, including a Desi Award for Excellence in Graphic Design, a Communicator Award of Distinction, and two Bronze Quill Awards from the International Association of Business Communicators’ Connecticut Chapter. More important to her are the positive outcomes reported, time and time again, by her clients.