Usual stuff you’d expect a designer to do. I actually started as a print designer, since 2007 (actually since 2004, but I was pretty c**p, I mean useless, back then) making magazines, newspapers, brochures…all the lovely things you can get your hands on. Because let’s face it, websites and all are cool but you can’t actually feel them or touch them. This is what makes print works unique. You see the end result right in front of you, feeling all proud. I’m moving away from the point, but I thought I’d give you some wisdom.
Apart from that, I can help you with everything a website development involves; the initial user journey, prototypes, mockups, graphics, promotional videos and so on and so on. Email campaigns is another thing, as much I don’t like them because they never work 100% like you want them (are you listening, Outlook?). I’ve also worked on motion design and video animation, that is something I’d really like to learn how to do better. Let’s see, what else? Hm……..that’s too many dots…that’s better.
Branding? Did I mention branding? Seems like designers can do everything these days.