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, easy to work with, self-motivated 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, handlettering 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.
Hot Pepper Studios
March 2016 — Present
Responsible for art direction and implementation for a range of projects including print, web, mobile app, and experiential platforms as well as app QA testing. Clients include: Clackamas Educational School District, co:here Women in Tech & Design Events, Communities that Care, Compassion and Choices, Hypix Media, Junior Achievement, Mac's List, Maloy's Jewelry and WebVisions Events.
Hailey Skye Dehler Design
Freelance Graphic Designer
January 2015 — Present
Manage print and digital projects from discovery and concepting, through development to final completion. Clients include: apply101, Avenue Agency, Bridgetown Solutions, Fred & Otto’s Farms, HOKA ONE ONE, Home First Development, Mill Meadow Farms, Steve Adams Guitar and Wild Rumpus Jazz Dance Company.
October 2013 — March 2016
Lead designer on group and individual projects ranging from branding, and illustration to web design, and inbound marketing. Clients include: Subaru, Portland Rose Festival, Timberline Lodge, Hallmark Resorts, Snowbasin Resort, Lithia, Michelle DeCourcy Design, Red Star Tavern, The Human Collective and WorkSource.
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: Multnomah County Health Department, Dick's Kitchen, Wonderland Tattoos and Spielwerk Toys.
Pacific Northwest College of Arts
Communication Design Major
August, 2010 — May, 2014
References available upon request.