Rebecca Kelly is the Senior Graphic Designer for Hickok Cole Creative. Over the past 13 years, Ms. Kelly has gained a broad range of design experience. After graduating with honors from Philadelphia University with a degree in Graphic Design Communications, her career began and later took off, at Michael Graves Design Group. While there, Ms. Kelly helped to rebrand and repackage the Michael Graves Design brand at Target stores nation-wide. In addition to branding and packaging, she also worked with the architects to create comprehensive wayfinding and environmental graphics packages for clients both locally and internationally. She then went on to make large contributions to Gallagher & Associates award winning exhibit design. Ms. Kelly’s most noteworthy clients included College Football Hall of Fame, the National Archives, the World War II Museum and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Ms. Kelly’s diverse background allows her the opportunity to be an asset on many different types of projects.
Current and recent projects include Snell’s repositioning of Dominion Arms and Shirlington House; exhibit graphics for the Kreeger Museum’s ReVision exhibit; Print collateral for Coakley Williams; and environmental branding for The National Committee for Quality Assurance’s (NCQA) new headquarters.