MY PASSION IS TO HELP CREATIVE SOULS MANIFEST THEIR EXPERIENCES, DREAMS AND IDEAS INTO UNIQUELY DESIGNED CONCEPTS.
IT ALL STARTED WITH THE
"NO CHILD SLEEPS OUTSIDE" CAMPAIGN
My design career began as an in-house designer for a start-up advertising agency in Seattle, WA. In 2013 we partnered up with Mary’s Place (a non-profit with the mission to protect & provide safe housing for homeless women, children and families) to launch and carry out their very first online campaign with the goal to build an emergency homeless shelter in preparation for one of the coldest winters recorded in the Pacific Northwest.
Our campaign, “No Child Sleeps Outside”, gained lots of publicity and attention from local media and companies such as Amazon, Microsoft, Boeing, Alaska Airlines, Starbucks, Comcast, The Seattle Times, and Bank of America, just to name a few.
With impactful design and strategical online marketing we raised over $2M in our first year which allowed Mary's Place to open up multiple new permanent shelters for Seattle's large homeless population, helping over 2,000 unsheltered family members get inside.
Today, the NCSO campaign has exceed expectations raising over $4M in 2018 and continues to raise funds annually using my designs as the main branding.
WORKING FOR THE WORLD'S LARGEST ONLINE RETAILER:
Amazon was always a “dream job” of mine and when they approached me for a position within their team of designers, I gladly accepted. During my time at Amazon, I was able to hone my skills and adapt a better practice of my design process. I began my career at Amazon as a Production Designer creating visual branding and positive experiences for their viewers (including on-site graphics, logos, branding, global style guides, landing pages, illustrations, billboards, Kindle Ads, and apparel).
Jess Silvers (Lead Designer) and Aman Prakash (Design Technologist) standing inside the very first AmazonBooks Store on "Opening Day".
With an innovative strategy, I had the opportunity to pioneer a new layout for the AmazonBooks website. The successful results from the new AmazonBooks layout shifted my role within the company to Lead Visual Designer for Amazon’s very first brick-and-mortar store in (University District) Seattle, WA.
While managing a team of designers and developers, I was directly responsible for all in-store signs, posters, book rating cards, and quality assurance.
Today, Amazon has 23+ bookstores located in major cities across the U.S. and they are continuing to use my original designs.
In 2016, I chose to take an unconventional path and focus primarily on my own company, "Jess Right" Design - and I couldn't be happier about that decision! It's allowed me the opportunity to work alongside vibrant & inspirational humans who have helped shaped my company into what it is today and continue to work with me on their upcoming projects.
WHY IS "JESS RIGHT" FOR YOU?
I enjoy finding simple effective solutions that polish your vision and help set you above and beyond the norm.
I take an individualized approach to every project, incorporating your unique vision with my love of clean, easy-to-use design.
You can expect polished & beautiful custom designs with a quick and efficient strategy. So, what are you waiting for?
The end result matters most...
but the process of developing your brand is what starts you off "Just Right".
"Just a special shout out to Jess Right Design for making the beautiful artwork for all my past & upcoming tours and designing my new website. Hit her up with your design needs. She's the best!"
- Jason Silva