Jeff Stasik partners with a variety of business and nonprofit clients to develop strategic brand communications of all kinds. Whether creating an identity or a targeted communications campaign, the process always begins with listening – and learning. That’s because good ideas come only with an understanding of the client organization’s mission, its strengths and challenges, and the needs of the audience. Once a creative strategy is established, Jeff stays hands-on through all project phases, from design and art direction through print and digital production.
As principal of Stasik Design, Jeff has led projects including graphic design for “Learning and Learning Disabilities: Exploration of the Human Brain,” an award-winning exhibit for Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry; brand positioning for Bank of America’s corporate banking division; and award-winning campaigns and publications for Navistar International and the American Hospital Association, respectively. He also has served as Associate Creative Director at Lipman Hearne, Inc., developing brand communications for higher education clients and other nonprofit organizations.
Jeff’s work has been recognized by the American Institute of Graphic Arts, International Association of Business Communicators, Chicago Book Clinic, American Society of Association Executives, American Association of Museums, and Higher Education Marketing Report’s Advertising Awards, among others.
A Chicago native, Jeff holds a BFA in graphic design from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He formed Stasik Design in 1987.Linked in