Great experience overall. Corey is so patient and really cares about making his clients happy and getting exactly what they want. Very talented. Went above and beyond. Couldn't recommend him enough!
Corey has worked closely with me as my slide and presentation designer. He has created the images and made Keynote presentations for me. These presentations have been incredibly well received (and seen by literally tens of thousands of people in-person and online). Corey also designed the cover of my book, A Manual for Creating Atheists, and made the only chart in the book. Additionally, Corey has always been completely dependable. He is rock solid and a paragon of dependability. He’s been totally reliable, willing to take criticism, open to new ideas, very hard working (often going the extra mile with attention to detail), an excellent team player, and trustworthy.
—Dr. Peter Boghossian
Corey designed a logo for our startup business. We had a few different ideas we were thinking of and Corey did a wonderful job helping us make a decision on what would be the best design. He gave us a couple mockups of his ideas before we settled on a design we really liked. In addition to the logo image he created, Corey also did a great job of finding a font that fit our personalities and business idea, and he chose a color scheme that was both catchy and professional.
Corey Van Hoosen is a Front-End Interface Designer & Developer with a BA in Graphic Design from Portland State University. He has experience both as part of agencies and as a freelance consultant designing flyers, logos/branding, illustrations, infographics, and developing websites, mobile interfaces, and games. With one hand on the design side of things, and the other in development, he is proficient not only in translating ideas to be visually intuitive, but also able to make them functional and interactive.
He has worked with clients to create visually compelling keynote presentation slide decks on the topics of philosophy, religion, technology, medicine, and politics. He is proficient in organizing and clarifying complex ideas and information to bring strong clean visuals to whatever form of visual communication he is designing for.
Other than his professional pursuits, he enjoys playing keyboard instruments and kalimba, hiking, cycling, listening more than talking, computer gaming, board gaming, and green tea.