Thanks for visiting the Graphics Workshop, a design practice serving the greater Hartford area and beyond. GW is owned and operated by Paige Howarth, a local designer/developer who offers over a decade of experience in print advertising, web development and digital marketing.
I have worked with clients both large and small, spanning a wide range of industries. I take the time to understand the unique nature of each client's business, then strive to accommodate their advertising goals and budget. I look forward to serving you.Contact
Graphics Workshop provides comprehensive in-house marketing and design services.
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I develop, host and maintain websites of all sizes. Every website is custom-designed with security, SEO and and mobile-readiness in mind. Read more >
I strive to understand each client’s unique market and discover the best opportunities to generate business and maximize advertising ROI. Read more >
I can handle your branding, print & digital media design, photography & video, digital animation and illustration needs. Read more >
I have over 10 years of experience creating eye-catching signage & vehicle graphics, giveaways & tradeshow graphics. Read more >
I am a multidisciplinary graphic designer who thrives in a challenging and versatile production environment. Whatever the message, audience and medium, I pride myself on the ability to craft compelling design solutions from concept to implementation. Well-executed designs that distinguish and elevate the client are my goal.
For over 11 years, I have honed my skills in print and digital media design and full-stack website development. I am fascinated by emerging design technologies, and continually strive to increase my knowledge and talents.
Outside of the office, I enjoy printmaking, typography and illustration.
If you'd like to discuss how my services can help your company, please get in touch.
When I began creating websites in the mid-nineties, the (vastly smaller) web was populated by some laughably ugly websites. Many of us can today recall the aliased animated gifs, scrolling marquees and garish web-safe palettes. Read more >
Most UX/web designers are familiar with flowchart creation. Early in the design process, we assemble a website tree, detailing relationships from home page (the tree trunk) to category pages (branches) to landing pages (leaves). Read more >