I'm Adriana Cordero, the sole proprietor of DesignCordero. Whether you need a book, a poster, a logo, a brochure, or a CD package, I can design it for you. There is almost no limit to what can be printed—I've designed mugs, t-shirts, totebags, stickers, and outdoor signage. I've even created a foldable paper Christmas tree ornament to coincide with an album release.
I've been a graphic designer for over 20 years, having earned a degree in the field at Pratt Institute in New York City.
Before starting my own studio, I designed at Workman Publishing, Harper Collins Children's Books, National Geographic School Publishing, AARP the Magazine, and AARP Bulletin.
Current and past clients include Georgetown University's Center for Contemporary Arab Studies, National Association for Area Agencies on Aging, Modern Songbook Records, and the Woodlawn & Pope-Leighey House.
My one-person studio is in the Glover Park neighborhood of Washington DC, where I share a townhouse with my husband Geordie Grindle and our dog Nemo. When I'm not designing, I'm reading about design, dabbling in arts & crafts, trying to learn the bass guitar, and enjoying the great things that Washington DC has to offer.