Hailey Skye’s passion as a designer is driven by opportunities to expand her practice and skill. She has a deep understanding of typographic hierarchy and an extensive knowledge of both digital and hand-made typefaces. She’s described as a fast learner, a great communicator, self-motivated, easy to work with and is eager to contribute and become a strong team member at a new creative agency.
Strongest traits include: typographic hierarchy, branding, responsive web design, vector illustrations and iconography, book binding, hand lettering and a trained eye for design consistency. Knowledgeable on both Mac and PC computers and in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, AfterEffects, Final Cut Pro, Pencil, FontLab, Pages, MS Office, and Keynote.
December 2017 — Present
Primary designer for a range of leading companies in the fashion, food, wine and security industries. Responsible for strategic planning, art direction, event design, branding, print and web design, intern hiring and management as well as being a member of the party planning committee to ensure positive office morale.
Hailey Skye Dehler Design
Freelance Graphic Designer
January 2015 — Present
Manage branding, event, print and digital projects from discovery and concepting, through development to final completion. Clients include charities, small businesses, local events, and an athletic shoe company.
Hot Pepper Studios
March 2016 — December 2017
Responsible for art direction and implementation for a range of projects including branding, print, web, mobile app, and experiential platforms as well as app QA testing. Clients include educational organizations, online retail and testing experiences and event design.
October 2013 — March 2016
Lead designer on group and individual projects ranging from branding, and illustration to web design, and inbound marketing. Clients include automotive industry leaders, charities, and government organizations.
Center For Design
Design Team Member
January 2013 — December 2013
Member of a student-lead design studio overseen by faculty supervision. As an introduction to agency life, this group focused on conversing with real clients, team structure, and collaboration. Clients include a government organization, retail store, and a restaurant.
Pacific Northwest College of Arts
Communication Design Major
August, 2010 — May, 2014
References available upon request.