Christine Seabo is an award winning graphic designer with extensive experience in print and web media, Seabo is a graduate of the Art Institute of Philadelphia and Rutgers School of Business. She is experienced with concept development where typography and imagery combine to create a unified message and generate a response. For example, Seabo designed a more accessible bilingual guide for Servicio Latinos with icons indicating bilingual phone support for social services. This created a 20% increase in participation.
“The application for design is evolving with digital technology, but the classic design
motto of ‘form, follow, function,’ still applies,” Seabo said. “We still have to understand the purpose behind the graphic and what response is expected.”
Being resourceful as freelance designer instilled a “whatever it takes” attitude Seabo brings into the classroom. She creates a unique profile of each student and their target audience so that she can guide the student in developing effective communication. “I love that I can use my skills to develop a doubtful student’s attitude to accomplishment.”
Visit seabostudio.com for examples of Seabo’s photography and design work.