JENNIFER GREEN, PRINCIPAL
shu shu design has been helping business and non-profit clients elevate their brands and improve the customer experience with new and revitalized identity, web, print and package design for over fifteen years. This independent studio offers creative direction based on business strategy, user-centered web site planning, architecture and visual design, custom illustration, and graphic design for printed materials and communication. It’s a pleasure to work with local and national clients who make a positive difference in their communities.
Owner Jennifer Green is direct and friendly, hardworking and well organized. She thrives on variety and appreciates deadlines. Commitments to clients, friends and family are important, and always kept. shu shu design is passionate about every client’s success, and contributes to it with quality work that’s on target and on time.
Jennifer is the creative partner who will help you achieve your mission.
- Creative direction based on organizational or business strategy
- Branding and identity
- Marketing, fundraising and outreach collateral: brochures, posters, sell sheets, promotional giveaways, direct mail
- Impact, sustainability and corporate responsibility reports
- User-centered website planning and (re)design
- Book and catalog design
- Packaging design
- Custom illustration
- Press-quality pre-production
You have a budget. I have deadlines. But there’s still room to care, about my craft and your results. It’s why I love my job. And it’s why you’ll love working with me.
Supporting Member of AIGA, the Professional Association for Design
Member of the Wisconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce, an organization of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and LGBT-allied businesses, corporations and professionals throughout the state of Wisconsin focused on being a strong pro-fairness business community.
EPA Green Power Partner
Member of Madison Gas & Electric’s Green Power Tomorrow Program; shu shu design purchases its power from renewable sources.
2012 Participant in the Green Madison Program