Jessica Ray Design

Your Ideas, Beautifully Wrapped

When I say beautifully wrapped, I don’t mean pretty. Functional, intentional design is integral to the success of a design. That’s what makes it beautiful.

Graphic Design

Process to Your Design


First there is an idea. Your idea. Your product. Your style. You know what you need better than anyone else. I get to be the one who puts that into a design.

Proposal/Design Brief

Together we bring your idea to life. If you’re looking for a one-off project, I’ll probably get back to you with an hourly rate. If you’re looking for ongoing support or a large project, I create a proposal and we go over the details to make sure you get everything you need.


Creative Process

We engage your audience through the experience you need, be that a logo, print materials like brochures or posters, animations, illustration, or a website. After initial creation, you can see your idea come to life. And of course, make adjustments. It’s an ongoing conversation until we’ve created what you love.


Your design is delivered and final payment is made. Smiles are had, champagne is uncorked, and confetti falls from the ceiling. Or, that’s how I do it. You can celebrate the final delivery of your designs in whatever way feels best to you.



You rock my socks. 😀 GAH! Have I mentioned I LOVE it?

Amber Bippes, NM

I really appreciate you having the ability to put a design behind my vision.

Tiffany Burgess, CA

She takes the initiative to identify problems and creatively devise solutions.

Josh Darnell, CO

What do You Need?

I’m currently looking for new opportunities to create amazing experiences and designs.

My Work

Purpose Meets Creativity

Jessica Ray Portrait

Jessica Ray of Jessica Ray Designs. That’s me. In-house designer, freelancer of unicorn projects, lover, fighter, crafter, striver to make the world better.

I love that I get to make things for a living. When it comes to design, I do everything from designing for online and in print. Recent projects you’ll find in the portfolio. Every so often I get hit with the desire to talk about art and philosophy and the state of things as I think they are. That’ll be reflected in the blog.

Find me on the social media channels below, or contact me for more information.

2014 – Present –
2011–2013 – Union Supply Co.
2010 – Open Media Foundation (Intern)


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