Fraulein Design LLC is believes in providing equestrian professionals and all industry professionals with marketing designs in a perfect balance of professionalism and visual aesthetics. Many professionals have difficulty with websites, publications, marketing, brand development and even computers. Each project is designed to fit the needs of the client, and to solve the visual communication problem effectively and efficiently from conceptualization to publication.
Lynsey Ekema is a graduate of the Medical Illustration Graduate Program at the Medical College of Georgia. Before MCG, she graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.F.A. in illustration from the Savannah College of Art and Design.
As a freelance designer, her passion is to create visually engaging and accurate work for the entirety of all professionals with a specialty in the equestrian industry.
Now residing in South Carolina, Lynsey has been Eventing under the tutelage of many incredible instructors and helping the local equine industry professionals thrive.
Please contact me for my updated price sheet for 2018. A 40% deposit is expected upon beginning of project. Payment options include Paypal, Check, Venmo, and Apple Pay.
Your website is the first impression representing your business online. It should be the best representation of your professional image. We will work together to develop a professional online idenity for your business.
Let me take away this stressful area of focus for your business. To create a brand for your business it is important to maintain consistency throughout all of your visual identity both online and in your industry.
I am able to help you produce the marketing materials you need to help your business thrive. This includes the recent popularity of drone footage which can be used for marketing and online media.
I am readily available to send any file or previous design we created together. I have both basic & premium annual website maintenance available so you do not have to upkeep and update your site. I remove the stress of the unknown!
Happy clients, happy horses.
There are so many ways to keep in touch. We can skype, we can video chat, we can touch base through e-mail or do the good ole fashioned, meet face to face.