Kimberly R. Proffitt, Graphic Design

Kimberly R. Proffitt, Graphic Design, specializes in on-line graphic design relationships. Her graphic design clients are located from coast to coast! She has clients in Northern Virginia, South Carolina, Wisconsin and Washington, as well as on the Front Range of Colorado. Kimberly R. Proffitt, Graphic Design is located in Colorado, but serving you wherever you are.

Kimberly generally operates as a stand-alone, freelance graphic designer; however, she also has other graphic designers, web designers, and technical help with whom she has collaborated with to complete large, complex graphic design and website projects in a timely manner. She has a full suite of up-to-date graphic design and web development software. Her personal web server allows her to temporarily or permanently host your website.

Kimberly is more than just a graphic designer. She has been painting, illustrating, photographing, and using her creative talent her whole life. She further developed her artistic skills by completing college degrees in Fine Arts and Graphic Design.

Kimberly’s expertise in fine arts and communication ensures your design needs, such as websites, logos, corporate branding, and other graphics will be an effective visual communications tool. She believes effective communication through graphic design begins with clearly understanding your needs. She strives to understand your needs so your graphic design project fits your vision and effectively communicates your message.

She believes strongly in the proofreading process and will take the time to read the content that she is putting together. Grammar and spelling are just as important as the actual visuals. Kimberly will recommend rewriting content if she thinks there is a more effective way to communicate the information.


Kimberly’s experience covers a wide range of media in graphic design for both small and large-scale projects including:

  • Logos
  • Advertising for Print and Online
  • Booklets
  • Posters
  • Invitations and Announcements
  • Brochures and Handouts
  • Business Cards
  • Signs
  • Small Community Newspapers and Newsletters
  • Websites
  • Textbooks
  • Marketing Materials