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About Dottie Barrett Design
Dottie Barrett Design is intended to help you find the image that is "just right" for you and your organization.
While I work in all areas of design and illustration, I have a passion for trademark and logo design. By merging type and graphics to form an integrated unit, I create the logo or service mark that fits your company. As the mother of a son with special needs, I started working with non-profit groups to find the best image for the service each one provides. Trademarks are $300. Business cards and letterheads are additional.
Dottie Barrett with Associate
Graphic designer and illustrator with over 30 years experience.
BFA, Arizona State University
Computer Graphic Design,
Glendale Community College
I started my career as a layout artist with Sears, Roebuck and Co. in Phoenix, AZ where I designed newspaper ads. I also illustrated furniture for some of the ads in our region.
As a layout artist for Keyes Art Service, I designed speculative Yellow Page ads for phone companies throughout the US. I was chosen from a pool of artists to create line illustrations which were used as part of their clip art service.
I worked as a graphic designer for Best Western Motels and was the art director for The Feather Pen, an ad agency in Phoenix, AZ.
Corporate positions have included Trader Publishing, where I designed ads for Auto Trader Magazines and ADVO Inc. (now RedPlum), where I designed four-color ads for national direct mail marketing.
Past & present clients include No Pity Portland, Therapy for Developmental Disabilities, Arizona Speech Pathology, Hope House, Handicrafters Inc., NC Adult Day Services Assoc., Good Steps School, Salt River Project, The Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix, Chemko, Pratte Development Co., Devine, Fischer and Associates and Breathless Hell Cycle Racing.
I am committed to designing the logo, trademark, illustration or graphic that is just right for you!
While I primarily work as a graphic designer and illustrator, I also do some crafting. These are duct tape wallets made in a variety of colors. They sell for $8 each, or two for $15.