Mr. Patrick A. Carter

About Me

Always designing.

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Bio

Patrick Carter Design is a graphic design studio in Jacksonville, FL specializing in brand development and web design. With a background in advertising agency style art direction and years of experience in the Jacksonville marketplace, an attention to detail and a fanatical passion for design are always maintained. Patrick Carter Design remains active in the business community by continuing design education, organizing business related events and supporting progress in design thinking while striving to enhance the creative culture in North Florida through leadership as Vice President for AIGA Jacksonville.

  • pcarter commented on the article "AIGA urges the Obama 2012 campaign to reconsider its jobs poster contest"

    Well said! Love to see the power of AIGA as a collective unit representing the interests of creatives. Thanks, Ric!

  • Patrick A. Carter commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3080&id=2063"

    After reading the article earlier today and re-reading it now along with all of the comments, I believe that everyone has made valid points - which is uncommon for most blog conversations, so I applaud the AIGA community for that. No matter what side of the discussion you are on, I think we can all recognize the value that this conversation carries. As a Dribbbler myself, I truly enjoy the service and find it to be useful, inspiring, fun and responsibly used. This article did seem to be somewhat carelessly written – however it has raised some points about online professionalism that I may not have otherwise considered. I believe this is likely the case for other creatives interested in the topic. I doubt we have seen the last of this subject. I am quite interested to see how following discussion develops, whether it be from AIGA, Dan or elsewhere.

  • pcarter commented on the article "AIGA urges the Obama 2012 campaign to reconsider its jobs poster contest"

    Well said! Love to see the power of AIGA as a collective unit representing the interests of creatives. Thanks, Ric!

  • Patrick A. Carter commented on the article "http://www.aiga.org/interior.aspx?pageid=3080&id=2063"

    After reading the article earlier today and re-reading it now along with all of the comments, I believe that everyone has made valid points - which is uncommon for most blog conversations, so I applaud the AIGA community for that. No matter what side of the discussion you are on, I think we can all recognize the value that this conversation carries. As a Dribbbler myself, I truly enjoy the service and find it to be useful, inspiring, fun and responsibly used. This article did seem to be somewhat carelessly written – however it has raised some points about online professionalism that I may not have otherwise considered. I believe this is likely the case for other creatives interested in the topic. I doubt we have seen the last of this subject. I am quite interested to see how following discussion develops, whether it be from AIGA, Dan or elsewhere.

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