William W. Porch

About Me

Passionate about identity, digital, and print design that changes perceptions and motivates action.

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Bio

My specialties include corporate identity and branding, website and digital design, brochures, magazines, books, ads, and exhibit design, along with extensive experience in illustration, Photoshop retouching and print production. 

Clients have included Johnson & Johnson, St. Joe Company, Watercolor, Redfish Village, Rosemary Beach Private Residence Club, Trammel Crow, Lincoln Property Company, Jaguar Cars USA, Louisville Slugger, Janus Funds, Savannah Convention & Visitors Bureau, Mississippi Children’s Museum, Harmony Farm, Delta Pride Catfish, KLLM Transport, MedjetAssist, and Butler|Snow.

Awards: New York Art Directors, New York Type Directors, Graphis Design Annual 2013, Graphis Letterheads, Graphis Brochures, Graphis Logos, Print Regional Design Annual, Dallas Society of Visual Communications, New Orleans Advertising Club, Strathmore Stationery Traveling Exhibition, Jackson Ad Fed Best of Shows along with Ad and Designer of the Year awards, and National ADDY awards.

  • William Porch commented on the article "“Do you want fries with that logo?”"

    Matt, just yesterday after looking on the web for remote freelance work, I found the proliferation (and temptation) of these sites to be disturbing. 99 Designs -- right -- we go through 99 plus designs in order to get to the 3 or 4 that are worth presenting. In an industry where the best continue to try and keep themselves relevant, these sites and practices erode our futures. Thanks for your well put and informative article, and thanks for saying no.

  • William Porch commented on the article "“Do you want fries with that logo?”"

    Matt, just yesterday after looking on the web for remote freelance work, I found the proliferation (and temptation) of these sites to be disturbing. 99 Designs -- right -- we go through 99 plus designs in order to get to the 3 or 4 that are worth presenting. In an industry where the best continue to try and keep themselves relevant, these sites and practices erode our futures. Thanks for your well put and informative article, and thanks for saying no.

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