As a visual problem solver, Rebecca Jarosh is dedicated to finding new and creative ways to communicate ideas
Over the past 10 years, she has researched and developed some of Austin’s most memorable and compelling news stories. Due to the dynamic nature of news, it's necessary for her to
have excellent interpersonal skills, such as communicating clearly and expressing her thoughts and ideas effectively. Her expertise in broadcast media demonstrates her
ability to successfully create imaginative design solutions in a busy work environment and with multiple deadlines.
In addition to her editorial responsibilities, Rebecca also designs television news graphics within corporate brand standards for on-air broadcasts. Her attention to detail allows her
to produces full screen images along with maps, charts and quotes for daily and in-depth series stories. Her work is distributed by the FOX News network and viewed by people
As a freelance graphic designer, Rebecca is highly skilled with graphic design and publishing applications, along with commercial printing requirements and practices. She uses Adobe
Creative Suite software to create modern identity systems for local non-profits and independent businesses, like Ruby's Rainbow and The Dudley's Wine Bar & Tap Room. Through her
contract work, she's gained practical experience negotiating cost, working within a budget and meeting production deadlines. She also has extensive experience with Microsoft Office,
FTP and scanning software.
While her strengths are in print design, Rebecca is familiar with user interface design and has created several website layouts for local clients. Her knowledge of XHTML/CSS
allowed her to produce the distinctive style of her personal website.
In May, 2011, Rebecca graduated with honors from ACC with an Associate of Applied Science in Graphic Design Specialization. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the
University of Northern Colorado and is a member of American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA).