Graphic Design and Printing in Lewiston, ID
(208) 746-6493

About

June Litchfield Owner/Graphic Designer

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After receiving a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Interior Design from WSU, I worked in retail management for several years learning valuable business principles. From there, I entered the fascinating world of graphic design and printing. I worked in the industry for many years before realizing my dream of starting a business. Keystrokes became a reality in 1998, and I have been blessed to work with many amazing clients and on some very exciting projects.

In May 2014, I received a Gold Award in the Hermes Creative Awards International Competition. Keystrokes won in the Publication category for book layout and cover design of Timothy Nolan’s Idaho 1862 – 1890 written by author and Northwest historical consultant, Carole Simon-Smolinski. The book was designed to look as if it had been published in 1890 with the characteristic imagery, colors, and format of that era. A photo of the book may be viewed in the Portfolio and on the Home page.

In May 2018, I received my 2nd Hermes Creative Gold Award for book layout and cover design. The Tenth Child written by Ruth Bosserman, is a true childhood story of resiliency through tragic loss. All proceeds from the book benefit the Northwest Children’s Home in Lewiston, Idaho. Books may be purchased there for a $10 donation.

Skills:
Cursive Handwriting and Calligraphy
Adobe Creative Suite: Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, Acrobat Pro

 

Worthy Non-Profit:

After being the proud parents of a blue-front Amazon parrot for over 25 years, we have a great admiration for these intelligent creatures. We discovered Macaw Rescue and Sanctuary in Carnation, Washington, a worthy non-profit organization committed to the care of hundreds of exotic birds. They provide a permanent home to birds which have been neglected or where the owners are no longer able to care for them. This amazing facility relies on donations to provide lifetime care to a wide variety of feathered friends in a more natural habitat. To make a contribution or for more information, visit: www.macawrescueandsanctuary.org

Blue Front Amazon Parrot