Casey Conroy is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Saint Louis, Missouri. He currently works as an in-house graphic designer for Webster University's Office of Global Marketing & Communications. A graduate of Missouri State University, Casey has also held creative positions with such companies as XPLANE and The Marlin Company.
Webster University, Graphic Designer
August 2004 – present | St. Louis, MO
Position responsibilities include the concept, design and production of printed and interactive marketing materials for Webster University. Also responsible for account and vendor management.
XPLANE Corporation, Concept Developer
January 2003 – August 2004 | St. Louis, MO
Position responsibilities included the writing, design and illustration of information graphics known as xplanations. Also responsible for conducting information gathering sessions with clients, art directing freelance illustrators and account management. Clients included Auto-ID Center, Business 2.0 magazine, Educational Testing Service, fsona Optical Wireless, PeopleSoft and Wired magazine, among others.
Freelance, Graphic Designer
January 2002 – present | St. Louis, MO
Position responsibilities include the concept, design and programming of informational Web sites. Clients include International Association of Business Communicators, Joan Newman & Associates, Renée Céleste Flanders Interior Design and Teenuh Foster Represents, among others.
The Marlin Company, Graphic Design Intern,
May 2001 – January 2002 | Springfield, MO
Position responsibilities include the design of advertisements and PowerPoint presentations. Also responsible for promotional work and new business development. Clients included ConAgra Foods, Everpure, Kellogg, Mission Foods and Sweet Street Desserts, among others.
Artworks Design Inc., Graphic Design Intern
May 2000 – August 2000 | St. Louis, MO
Position responsibilities included assisting art directors, revising existing publications and performing various office duties. Clients included Harrahs Casino and RCGA, among others.
Missouri State University, Springfield, MO
Bachelor of Fine Arts, 2001, Magna Cum Laude
Dual Emphasis: Graphic Design and Illustration
Software Knowledge: Acrobat, BBEdit, Dreamweaver, Excel, Flash, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop, PowerPoint, and Word (Macintosh platform)
Programming Languages: HTML, CSS
Print magazine, September/October, Continental Shift, 2002
CMYK magazine, Vol. 19, Design Annual, 2002
Awards and Exhibitions
Bill H. Armstrong Award for Excellence, Missouri State University, 2001
AIGA Design Show Nine, St. Louis, MO, 2004
University & College Designers Association, Victoria, British Columbia, 2001