Hello and welcome to my freelance Graphic Art and Web Design business.
I’m Grace, and I am the person behind Papier Mouse Designs. Information technology and education have long been my passions. As a qualified Graphic Designer and a registered teacher, I have longed enjoyed creating, supporting and consulting in a wide range of creative fields. Be it logo design, website creation and management, print media documents or overall creative consultancy Papier Mouse Designs is more than happy to work with you towards achieving your goals.
Do you need someone to show you the ropes around the social media web ? Let me help you untangle all that information and make it work for you.
do you need information collected and analysed ? I am your ‘go to girl’ – I am a passionate researcher on a wide variety of topics. If I can’t give you the information you seek straight away… I can definitely locate, analyse and present it to you in your desired format in your desired time frame.
One thing that has stuck with me through all my creative processes is my innate desire to be different! I have a tendency not to follow the norm – as I always want my creations to be different to everyone else’s – and I ensure the same occurs for my clients.
Every Papier Mouse Designs client is unique and has a unique set of problems and needs that I aim to target – I am more than happy to discuss how my full range of personalised services can be adapted just for you.
Please feel free to contact me via the contact page, Facebook or email me directly at gracekeogh[@]papiermousedesigns[.]com
Here is a little bit more about myself…..
I’ve been crafty as long as I can remember … I remember playing with my mother’s button tin when I was little and to be honest my love of buttons hasn’t really changed. Over the years I have had a go at quilting, cross-stitching, sewing, scrapbooking, digital scrapbooking, jewellery making, art journalling and probably heaps of other creative endeavours that I can’t recall at the moment – and now I am a graphic designer, so I get to do all that creative stuff without having to clean up a big mess afterwards. But in all honesty, I still love getting paint on my hands and dusting off the sewing machine occasionally – I think it keeps me sane.