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Lorrie Jo Williams

Senior Graphic Designer

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Lorrie Jo Williams

B.S., Design,
University of California, Davis, 1987

Professional History

2011-Present, GrassRoots Environmental – Senior Graphic Designer

2000-2011, AECOM (EDAW) – Graphic Designer

1987-2000, Various Firms – Project Management/Marketing/Graphic Design


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AEP Outstanding Public Involvement/ Education Program, March 2009 – Stewardship of the Lower Putah Creek Watershed

Professional Background

Ms. Williams has over 15 years of experience as a graphic designer during which time she has developed a broad range of skills including design, layout, illustration, photography and web design. She is highly skilled with graphic design, publishing, and presentation software including InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Dreamweaver, and HTML.

Ms. Williams has prepared a wide variety of graphics for technical and regulatory compliance documents for CEQA and NEPA projects including maps, figures, technical illustrations, and cover art.

Photo ShootMs. Williams specializes in collaborating with natural and cultural resources specialists and has designed planning and environmental documents from concept to production. Her expertise also includes preparing exhibits analyzing prehistoric artifact geometry, developing scanning techniques for artifact repatriation under NAGPRA, and rendering cross sections and landscape plans from CAD files.

Ms. Williams has advanced skills designing presentations, brochures, and professional conference materials. She also has an extensive resume of public outreach and interpretive projects including the design of project and program-specific fact sheets, newsletters, posters, post cards, interpretive signage, and handouts for a wide range of clients and agencies.

Take a look at Ms. Williams portfolio.


  • Document Design & Layout
  • Illustration & Photography
  • Interpretive Signage & Public Outreach Signage Materials
  • Project Branding
  • Website Design
  • Cultural Artifact Scanning & Photography

She listens attentively and asks the right questions to prompt what she needs to hear from you to develop the type of end product that meets your needs and emphasizes the key elements you need to communicate. She doesn't just take direction, she thinks about what you are trying to accomplish and makes suggestions that improve upon your ideas.

>— Ron Unger