In this increasingly visual age, product packaging matters now more than ever.
You may have a stellar manuscript, but without an appealing cover, many readers won't even glance at your book description.
Perhaps you've developed a must-have printable that is currently under-performing? You know the content is quality, yet for some reason readers aren't jumping on board.
You can work numerous hours at building your social media platforms to no avail if your images are lacking in aesthetics.
The missing piece of the puzzle?
Appealing designs that work for you rather than against you!
Author and Founder of arabajoy.com
"Jen is simply fantastic. She is intuitive in her work, which means I don’t need to hand hold her through the process. She’s my go-to person for pinnables, printables, logos, and workbooks and she always exceeds my expectations. I almost hate to share her! Kidding aside, I’m confident you’ll love her as much as I do."
Founder of Manners Mentor, Inc.
"If you want a graphic designer who catches your vision, runs with it, and on the way makes it better, Jen Stults is who you’re searching for. Jen’s talent overflows into everything she creates. She brings her ideas to the table and everyone who sees them benefits from the feast of her creativity. Jen is the ONLY designer I use. She gets me. She gets my brand. She brings fresh ideas to every creation. My readers love what she produces as much as I do. She’s a delight to work with, and a phenomenal person as well as a gifted artist."
Author of Pray Unswayed
"This is my first experience outsourcing design work, and I couldn’t be more pleased with the final products. When it comes to bringing her clients’ dreams into reality, Jen is both committed and capable of making that happen."
Investing Wisely for Real Results
As a fellow writer and blogger, I know your time is limited!
And jumping through hoops just to get your work seen is frustrating, right?
Let us help you with the important piece of the puzzle by making your content stand out!
Wife to a church planter and mother of four, Jen’s a
work-in-progress woman who seeks to find confidence in Christ alone. She encourages
women who feel frustrated by failure and plagued by perfectionism to embrace everyday
grace in the areas of faith, marriage, and parenting at her blog, Being Confident of This.
Jen began designing for her own personal blog and book needs. Since then, she has learned Photoshop and InDesign in order to keep up with client needs and expanding opportunities. She truly enjoys the creative process and helping fellow believers attract an audience and spread truth through attractive design.