Get Creatives Event to Share How Communication Design Builds Bottom Line in Business

A trio of creatives are hosting an event about how to take businesses to the next level for entrepreneurs, small business owners and marketers on July 13 at Propeller.

Get Creatives: How Communication Design Builds Your Bottom Line will share the combined impact of quality design, photography and copywriting, which together are called communication design. The session is also for people wanting to know what creatives do, where to find them, and what you should pay them.

Get Creatives“Simply put, communication design means more than just a pretty face for your business–it actually affects your bottom line.” Get Creatives organizers believe that communication design can impact not just the impression your business makes, but also profit.

Organizers say the hour-long session will be smart, funny and packed with information. The session will cover:

  • How to assess your design, photography, and copywriting needs according to your niche and budget
  • How to find and vet reliable “creatives”
  • And how to forge a dynamic creative team to take your business to the next level

Read more about the team below:

Lianna Patch ​is a born-and-raised New Orleanian, copywriter, and Copyblogger-certified content marketer. She helps small businesses stand out online and off through clear, concise copy and smart content marketing strategy. Lianna also serves as an editor for publications including the INVADE Zine, the philly artblog, Art+Design Magazine, and others. Find her tweeting copywriting tips and pictures of her cat at @theenglishmaven.

Julia Sevin ​has designed spot-on branding and striking print matter for everyone from local entertainers and entrepreneurs to Samsung, the Gulf Restoration Network, the Office of Mayor Mitch Landrieu, and the U.S. Department of State. Her latest venture, Upanotch, was born at NOEW 2014 and is all about bringing effective, affordable design to New Orleans small businesses. She serves as President for the New Orleans chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design. Follow her work on Twitter at @upanotchNOLA and @aiganeworleans.

Frank Aymami ​is an award-winning, freelance photographer servicing the metro New Orleans area. He specializes in editorial, special events, public relations, commercial and portrait photography in New Orleans and southeast Louisiana. Frank’s photography has earned him several local and national awards, including the Hal Ledet President’s Print Photography Award in 2008, the highest honor received by a photographer by the Press Club of New Orleans. Frank serves as President of the American Society of Media Photographers New Orleans & Gulf South ( Frank holds an associate’s degree in graphic design, which he earned in 1999. Follow him on Twitter @frankphotog.