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Hello, sunshine!

You’re running a successful business, but your branding is saying otherwise. 
You like your brand but don’t love it. You crave something refreshing and creative 
and you wanna make waves. 

I hear ya. I don’t do boring or ho hum. 
I’ll give you fresh, creative designs that will get you some awesome exposure while having a great time.  
Working with a designer should be easy, breezy, infectious and fun. 
Hiring a graphic designer isn’t as tough as you think.

I can make it be a day at the beach.

what people are saying about defelice design

I've worked with Karen several times on the design of my logo, collateral material and web site for my business. Her creativity and attention to detail are second to none. She listened to what my needs were and quickly produced products that not only matched, but exceeded my expectations. She is a pleasure to work with — a true professional!


—Leslie Cifone, Owner, Body Works Therapeutic Massage, LLC

For almost a decade, the ASHP Foundation has been using Karen exclusively as our designer for major projects, such as our annual report and new publications. She's a creative designer who is extremely dedicated, deadline oriented, and focused on her clients.


—Bethany Coulter, Director of Communications, ASHP Research & Education Foundation

Karen has always been one of my favorite people to work for. She has a great eye, and during a shoot actually knows when something is working or when something isn't. Her design skills consistently take a good image and make it better, and her abilities and personality consistently get the most out of the people working with her. She's a pro.


—Stan Godlewski, photojournalist