Ricketts-White Design

Ricketts-White Design

Graphic Design

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Member, SECT Women's Network.

It is important to have a congruent message and cohesive design throughout all the materials that represent you and your company.
Put our award-winning ability and enthusiasm to work for your company.

Magazines, Newsletters, Books
You and your organization have vital information to deliver to members and readers. The image of the publications directly reflects the company that produces it. We can find exactly the right look, color and feel to properly reflect your message and organization.

Advertising, Promotions, Post Cards, Flyers, Posters, Advertising Specialties
Get your message across. In advertising it's "delivery" that makes the difference. It's time to put the "amazing" in your advertising. How can you get your message across if no one looks at your ads? We know your organization, services and products are fantastic, it's time everyone else did too!


September 14, 2015
    Every time the Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center has needed an ad designed for a program booklet, a poster, a placemat, an advertisement, Judy Ricketts-White is the first person we turn to. Every design she has done for us captures who we are as an organization and presents us in a new and beautiful way I wouldn't have thought possible. If you are looking for creativity and looking your best on paper, look no further than Judy.

  – Vicki Anderson
     Executive Director
     Pawcatuck Neighborhood Center


   On behalf of the entire flotilla, I want to thank you for all your assistance with our recruiting flyer. I know the project benefited greatly from your experience in design, as well as your proficiency in dealing with the printer.
   The result was a flyer that the members are very pleased with. Thank you again for helping to make the flyer such a success!

   – Deb Shake
      U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary

Dear Judy,
Thank you for expediting the ad for Nantucket Magazine. It looks terrific!
     Best Regards,

      – Fidelis
      Island Trader

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