P Childers Design is an independent design firm based in New York City. We create engaging visual solutions for brand identity, interactive and print projects by combining sophisticated typography and compelling imagery.
Our studio was established in 2005 and many of our clients have been with us from the start. They tell us it's our approach that sets us apart, we're known for our clear communication and collaborative relationship with our clients.
Our firm is small and flexible and positioned to handle the needs of educational institutions, not-for-profit organizations, science and healthcare organizations and emerging brands. Our work spans media but our focus is narrow: engage your audience with purposeful, persuasive & passionate communications.
What is your purpose:
From our first meeting to our last, we place a high value on learning everything we can about you and your organization and understanding your objectives,
Our first challenge of each new assignment is the evaluation of your goals and audience and how different modes of communication can help you achieve them.
How do we persuade:
Creating a plan of action based on your unique and authentic point of view sets our direction for exploring visual possibilities.
Evaluation is based on solutions that are authentic in message, technologically responsive, visually impactful and that resonate with audiences.
Creative, effective results happen when our solution aligns with your goals and strategies: a unique message tailored to you that engages your audience.
We create communications, identity and online experiences that is purposeful, persuasive and reflects the passion of your organization.
Her experience includes positions as varied as creative director of two universities, art director at Malcolm Grear Designers and marketing designer at Bowne Business Communications. She has been responsible for projects that include the design of books, publications, annual reports and marketing publications, identity and branding and interactive for clients such as Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York University and Penguin Books.
Patricia studied graphic design from Rhode Island School of Design and cultural criticism at New York University's Graduate School of Arts and Science. She is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) and The Type Director's Club (TDC). Her work has received awards for design, communications and advertising.