Ashley Jones YG11

  • Current Location: New York
  • Originally From: Canada
  • Studio: Partners & Spade

Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Ashley Jones is a graphic designer and art director living and working in New York City. Upon graduating from University, she began her career with a pivotal internship at AR New York. She then gained experience working with design firms and e-commerce start-ups before accepting a position as Interactive Designer at RoAndCo. During her 2 year tenure, she advanced to the role of Senior Interactive Designer and Art Director. Ashley is now serving as a Senior Graphic Designer at Partners & Spade, where she combines her love for branding, art direction and the online world, to create holistic brand identities for a diverse portfolio of clients.

Portfolio Imagery:

  • Project 1 of 3

    Altuzarra Website

    Altuzarra is a luxury women’s ready to wear brand whose vision lands somewhere between the hard-edged confidence of New York and the serious sophistication of Paris. The Altuzarra website is meant to reflect that strong yet understated aesthetic. The website is responsive from desktop to mobile, and a useful tool for users to find a retailer anywhere in the world for a garment in any runway look.

    Credits

    Creative Director, Roanne Adams, Web Designer, Verena Michelitsch, Web Development, Huncwot

  • Project 2 of 3

    Tait Brand Identity

    Tait Productions is an independent film production company based in Toronto, Canada. The Tait branding represents the modern production studio that still embodies the hint of Hollywood splendor. Ashley has designed everything from the brand identity and print collateral, to the company’s website.

  • Project 3 of 3

    Jason Woodside Identity and Website Design

    New York based artist Jason Woodside paints graphic, geometric paintings and murals. His work is photographed so that the user can view the pieces in their natural environment, lending a sense of place and context when viewed on the web. The site is designed to give the user a close look at each piece individually to avoid overwhelming the viewer.

    Credits

    Web Development: Rinoc Johnson

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