George Pitaru


I am a seasoned Graphic Designer who has the skill and confidence to manage a design project from start to finish and the ability to execute in a high production work environment. I worked for major corporations brands such as Ringier AG, Dorel, Sugoi, Cannondale, Outbound, Woods, Asolo.
I enjoy working on all kinds of print & corporate identity projects. I am capable of following strict directions as well as conceptualizing solutions that will work for you.
I have an excellent reputation as a hard worker and talented artist and would be happy to provide references upon request.

Slate Renew Website

Stone and tile restoration company website developed on an open-source CMS platform. Website here.
 

Empire Stock Transfer

Website re-design for this Nevada stock transfer company. Corporate design with a professional look and easily accessible information. Browse through it.
 

Spearhead Marketing Website

Responsive website developed for a marketing agency. Website can be seen here.
 

East Village Bakery Website

A responsive design with layouts to support various mobile devices. You can see the website live here. Easy to update without any programming experience, open-source CMS, time-efficient administration back-end.
 

Be proactive

Quite often people create a website when they begin a new venture. However, they don’t invest the time and effort required to update their websites. These sites do not attract potential customers as no one wants to visit something that’s old and obsolete.

A website will get people to notice that you’re doing something proactively to get their attention. Your website needs to be at its best to stay ahead of the competition. This is because people base their decisions on something as simple as the look of your website and how it fares in comparison with your competition. Opting for a website may give you leverage to grab customer attention.
 

Bed&Breakfast Website

Website developed for a bed&breakfast in Kelowna, BC. Check out their website here.
 
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