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When it comes to design, I live by 4 core values that I’ve learned from people far smarter than myself.

1. Helpful by design.

This is about people, not pixels. I want to help translate the messages of my clients visually because they don’t speak that language like I do.

 

In doing so, I dig deep and push my clients to do the same.

2. Less is more.

+ Less is more when more is too much.If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough. I keep it simple.

 

If it’s not helping communicate, it’s getting in the way of the message. Cut it.

3. C.N.E.I.

Constant and Never Ending Improvement. Healthy things grow. If it’s not growing, it’s dying. Cut it.

 

Being in business for yourself is a fight every single day. I know that fight well, but C.N.E.I. turns losses into lessons and victories into dollars.

4. Do it once.

Do it right. Do it forever. Cutting corners and working smarter are not the same thing.

 

If you think hiring a professional is expensive, hire an amateur first. :)

A little more about me, personally.

I’m Anthony.

I help people talk with pictures. And colors. And fonts and stuff.

I’m Dad to two crazy kids.

My daughter Kaelyn is 11.

And my baby boy,

Carter is 3.

My daughter, Kaelyn

is almost as goofy as me.

And my son, Carter…

He’s hungrier than Eric Carle’s caterpillar.

My mama, Catalina,

deserves much of the credit for my creativity.

And my wife, Danielle,

gets the credit for me being able to use it every day.

I’m from Houston, Texas.

And I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Win, lose or draw,

I’ll root, root, root for the home team.

Champions Community Church

is where I spend most of my days, chillin’ out maxin’, relaxing all cool… NVM.

I love to cook

and create things with my hands.

And I love to eat

even more than I love to cook.

But I love nothing more

than making memories with my family and friends.

I sneak away sometimes

from the real world to drool over Nikes that I probably shouldn’t buy.

And I practice

my very best dad jokes with Kaelyn.

But usually,

I’m just in my office working.

I’ve always been creative,

but street art is what inspired me when I was younger.

I love a challenge

and making Kool-Aid out of popsicles when I don’t want to go to the store.

I have an uncanny ability

of spotting poison ivy from miles away.

After a bad car accident

I found out I have one extra vertebrae in my neck.

The most important thing

that you could know about me is this: I love what I do, and no matter how cliché it sounds, I don’t ever have to work.

But enough about me.

How can I help you?