Alexandra Saccone

Alexandra Saccone
Boston

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Alexandra Saccone is a Graphic Designer at National Development. She first attend St. Bonaventure University where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Marketing along side was recruited to be a St. Bonaventure athlete. Years of being a student athlete taught her about dedication, determination, and a great deal of hard work. After finishing her degree, Alexandra fell in love with a new passion that kept her motivated to work hard and filled that high volume schedule she always new and loved, art and design.

Alexandra Saccone went back to school at the New England Institute of Art and received a second bachelors degree in Graphic Design. After graduating, she worked her way through different jobs contracting and quickly found her niche in the Architectural, Engineering, Construction Industry which lead her to the first in-house graphic design position at one on Massachusetts largest development firms, National Development. Alexandra's day-to-day work consists of branding, re-branding, typography, logo designs, stationary, brochures, billboards, vehicle wraps, signage/wayfinding, print advertisements, digital advertisements, window art, map illustrations, invitations, fence scrim, building banners and more, and she loves every second of it.

Alexandra Saccone will continue to strive and push herself in everything she does, taking what she has learned from all her past experiences. Alexandra also learned that surrounding herself with the best and those who are better than her will make her stronger and more significant in the end.

View more of Alexandra Saccone's work at National Development. Connect with Alexandra on LinkedInand Behance.

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