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“The only important thing about design is how it relates to people.”
- Victor Papanek

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Pixel Peony Design specializes in helping people market and brand their business. Today's marketplace is complicated and it's important to find a graphic designer who also knows how you can navigate and promote yourself on the web and in print. Brand identity, logo design, web design, Section 508 compliance and illustration are just some of what I have to offer.

My commitment is to make effective design decisions for my clients based on my fine art and graphic design training, work experience, and my gut instincts.

A note: All of the illustrations on this website were designed by me, Jessica Schanberg. No stock art was used in the creation of this website.

“I would definitely recommend Jessica as a graphic/web designer for anyone who is interested in improving their business presence. Jessica is highly creative with lots of great ideas, but at the same time she takes great care in ensuring that the client is pleased with the final product.

She keeps the client updated about progress throughout the entire process and includes them in design making decisions while at the same time allowing her expertise and knowledge to shine through.

Jessica worked tirelessly on my website, as if it were her own, from start to finish. My website went from a page of information to a visually pleasing and professional canvas that portrays my business in a much more professional light. I cannot speak highly enough of Jessica's finished product.”
- Abigail Kurtz

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Recent Work

I just finished the Soigné Celebrations WordPress web site. We used the ProPhoto theme as a base. I designed the logo and laid out the widgets and created the featured images slide show. I implemented plugins that allowed my client to publish to facebook, twitter and Linkedin with each post publication. I also taught my client, Deborah Peters, how to use WordPress. A big part of this job was planning, advising and creating a strategy with my client to make sure her goals were met.