Jennifer Quichocho is the Creative Director at Security Signs in Portland, Oregon.
Jennifer has been a graphic designer with Security Signs since 2006. She enjoys experimenting with a variety of materials, textures, and colors. Jennifer Ford’s career in graphic design, and the enjoyment of witnessing her designs come to life, began more than 20 years ago in Dallas Texas. Jennifer has won a number of national awards, and her designs have been featured in Signs of the Times magazine and on the cover of Sign Gallery 7 The World’s Best Signs.
Jennifer’s mission is to create signs with a fresh perspective that uniquely reflects the client’s brand and company. Her designs produce creative results that keep the client’s needs and vision a priority.
Sign design and environmental graphic design have made up the majority of Jennifer’s professional history, but she has also worked in the newspaper, television, and film industries. At Security Signs, she creates custom postcards, brochures, and other materials for the marketing department.
Security Signs has award-winning designers who take a client’s logo (artwork) and maximize it for the best branding and visibility possible. They create signage for every possible budget, using materials that will last and ensure visibility and long-term performance.
The Designers work with the Account Managers and clients to discuss options, budget, and the ‘wow factor’ that makes your project unique. For clients who have corporate artwork specifications, our Designers are careful to make sure every requirement is met. ‘Commercial Construction Magazine’ (formerly ‘Retail Construction Magazine’) has consistently named Security Signs one of the top 100 sign companies in the country. The company won awards from the Austin Family Business Program in 2002 and 2007.
Jennifer also has a lot fun photographing the signs manufactured by Security Signs and is in heaven when watching her boxer Samantha run around like a crazy wet noodle.
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