My clients are folks who value the collaborative process and good design as the path to greater success.

They include schools, small businesses, entrepreneurs, moms, musicians, restaurants, non-profits, and hopefully you.

I also work with writers, developers and photographers who can transform your project from good to great.


How it works?

First, we need to assess your needs, wants, budget and timeline to make sure we are a good match — we are going to be collaborating for some wonderful results. There will be a few phone calls and emails, an agreement on the scope of the project and an initial investment to get the project started.



- complete a discovery document
- initial planning meeting
- research, investigation, discovery
- style tiles, mood board


- thumbnails, sketches
- initial concepts, comps
- revision, feedback, your thoughts


- website launch
- printed piece in hand
- celebrate


And that's it.

And that's how it works. We're going to work hard but it's going to be a lot of fun. And when that website launches or you hand out that first business card with your new logo, it's not the end. It's just the beginning of a beautiful relationship.

I look forward to learning more about your project. Email or call. I'm here. Let's chat.  


What a few of my clients have to say:

“In many years of collaborating on website design I have never worked with a designer who was able to translate my ideas into such visually evolved and easy-to-interact-with drafts (the technologies Aubree uses to track the process are excellent). She brought ideas to life using clear vision and direct, timely, communication and we met the deadlines for the project!”
Heather Blackbird, Arts People
“The whole experience was pretty great, from concept to final product. Aubree “got” what I was looking for even though my initial descriptions and concepts were kind of murky. She kept us on track and delivered the final infographic despite my insane schedule. The response on this has been great, the graphic instantly received a lot of attention and continues to pop up in our regular work and communications. It’ll tie into some projects we’re doing later, too, but has laid a good foundation for what comes next.”
Bryan Hance, Bike Index