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Hillary Reilly

Hillary Reilly is a Senior Art Director at Ironmark and has been part of the team since 2017. Hillary received a BFA of Communication Arts from Rochester Institute of Technology and has been working in the industry for over 35 years. Hillary’s affinity for 3-dimensional package design influenced her design sensibilities and became a driving force for her approach to 2-dimensional print design. Day in and day out, Hillary most enjoys the diverse range of clients and projects and being able to collaborate and share career experiences with her colleagues in order to achieve design solutions with quality, sophistication and substance.

Recent Posts

Sep 07, 2022

Top 7 Graphic Design Trends of 2022

Posted by Hillary Reilly
 Looking to redesign a logo? Is it time to update the look and feel of your website? Working on refreshing your entire brand? In both the print and digital arenas there are ...
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Topics: Design, Branding, Creative

Aug 26, 2022

Best Fonts for Print

Posted by Hillary Reilly
A good book pulls you in with a strong opening. A good flyer captures the attention with strong imagery. But, the words on the piece themselves are telling you a story at the ...
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Topics: Web Design, Logo Redesign, Logo, Print Finishing, Print Techniques

Jan 29, 2020

Exciting Graphic Design Trends for 2020

Posted by Hillary Reilly
The world of graphic design is constantly evolving and changing. As 2020 approaches, everyone is waiting to see what visual trends will emerge, as the last few years were ...
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Topics: Design, Creative

Jul 20, 2018

The Evolution of Pre-Press | Then & Now

Posted by Hillary Reilly
How digital has changed the job responsibilities of the graphic designer Pre-press production has come a long way in the last 30 years....
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Topics: Creative

Jun 14, 2018

Why You Should Ask Your Printer about their Creative Team

Posted by Hillary Reilly
Printing and creative design go hand-in-hand. Think about it: what good is a customer-facing print piece if the imagery doesn’t draw in the viewer?...
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Topics: Design, Creative