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Alyssa Ordillano is a freelancer currently working with a wide array of clients across the globe. Her work is deeply influenced by the different elements of cultures from all over the world, making her style diverse.Locked Pro Plan feature
See more on www.alysienne-atelier.com Freelancing for clients across the world including: • The Radio Academy (London) • Goldsmiths Student Union (London) • Blockwise (London) • Hayley Quinn (London) • Mali-Koa Hood (London) • Tom Oliver Payne (London) • Ocean Sketch (Brighton) • Sahama (Nigeria) • Love Is Studio (China) • OLÁ by Bringbuys (China) • Norbrook Home (London and Jamaica) and more.
Alyssa was an important part of the team at St. Margaret's House, working as the sole and lead Graphic and Web Designer for the non-profit organisation based in Bethnal Green, London. Alyssa's role predominantly consisted of building their current website and managing it, along with creating marketing materials both for print and web for all of the in-house projects. She was initially contracted for 4 months, and after having her work ethic and creativity widely recognised across the organisation, she saw herself working there for a year. Her role at the organisation covered a variety of responsibilities and personal initiative, such as: - Creating and personalising a website dedicated to St. Margaret's House's personality, diversity and its aim to connect with a large audience, as well as managing it daily. On this project, Alyssa has saved the organisation thousands of pounds, as the result of them trusting her recommendations, research and solutions. - Redesigning their newsletter, corresponding to the organisation's brand and simplicity. - Branding their new enterprise, The YogaNest, which was printed on a large scale to be displayed as their new shop front sign. - Liaising with magazines such as Time Out London and LoveEastMag to gain the organisation exposure, as well as to promote events at their cafe. - Being responsible for creating publication design, such as posters, leaflets and brochures across all projects. - Managing the social media sites across all projects. - Undertaking administration tasks around the office, such as answering personal and telephone enquiries, computer maintenance, and more. - Solving computer technical issues, as well as making sure keeping all the software up to date.
As the 'Brand Guardian' of the startup company, Alyssa was responsible for developing and shaping the company's creative direction. She led the design department of the business, designing brochures, survival guides, banners and website pages. Alyssa's main goal was to visually communicate simple yet elegant and contemporary graphics, responding to the business brand. As an important part of the team during the early stages, Alyssa was involved in contributing ideas and pitches to discuss with the team, leading up to launch.
The co-founder of Type B Marketing personally recruited Alyssa to work with them on their new business venture. Alyssa led with her graphic design skills, responsible for creating campaign banners and artwork to be displayed on the website and across social media websites. She committed to contribute during the planning stages and product launch. Alyssa also dreamt up of ways and techniques to attract potential artists to have their artwork featured on the website, to gain more exposure.
A summer internship involving thorough research to write engaging blog posts for the company’s online learning platform. Alyssa's tasks was to write a 'How-To' article daily, about Business and Marketing, Education, General and Design subjects. At the end of the internship, Alyssa has received an excellent reference and recommendation from the CEO, Philip Cook. Her role as a blogger allowed Alyssa to grow and gain great confidence in writing for a vast audience, improving her research skills immensely, whilst developing her own voice. She also learnt to be more open to criticisms and see them as a chance for improvement.
Alongside college, Alyssa had undertaken a remote internship with Type B Marketing, solving diverse creative briefs simultaneously for various clients. Her role enabled her to grow more confident of her skills and abilities, whilst continuously learning.
Alyssa's first internship alongside college, carrying out administration tasks around the office and designing posters, flyers and company wallpapers. She also had the opportunity to assist set up and run a community event.
With the theme set as 'Futuristic', my picture was picked to be the winning shot and was featured in the April 2014 issue of National Geographic Traveller Magazine UK