Sarah Schrader Design is now Aileour. We’re working on switching everything to our new name, and updating our website. Thanks for your understanding.

You might need this…

Media Kit

ALL THE BIOS, PHOTOS,&  LOGOS

If you’ve found yourself here I assume we are collaborating or working together in some way, and for that, I’m truly honored – thank you.

I have one small ask:
please be kind to my brand and its assets.

Tasteful cropping of images if okay, but please do not otherwise alter any brand assets. If you have any questions on using any elements in this media kit, send me an email.

Who is Sarah?

The short + snappy bio.

Sarah Schrader is a Wisconsin-based designer, artist, adventurer, and ammeter travel + lifestyle blogger with a passion for helping mission-driven businesses and creators craft purposeful brands and identities that boldly grab all the right attention.

The slightly longer bio.

Sarah Schrader is a designer, artist, adventurer, and ammeter travel + lifestyle blogger.

As the founder and creative director of Wisconsin-based studio Sarah Schrader Design, she helps mission-driven businesses and creators to blend strategy and storytelling to craft visual brand identities and purposeful creative direction that boldly grab all the right attention.

When she is not designing you can find her working on one of many other creative and artistic passions, seeking out the next travel adventure, learning about other cultures, exploring the outdoors, or getting lost in a good book.

Want to be friends?

FIND ME ON SOCIAL!

You can find me everywhere as @sarahschraderdesign except for Twitter (character limits…) 

The oddball social links:

Twitter: @sschraderdesign
Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/sarahmschrader

Photo Library

Thank you to my friend Kate at Klem + Co for snapping up these great images.
You can click on any image to access the high resolution version.

Logo Library

It’s looking a little sparse over here, isn’t it?
I’ll let you in on the secret, I’m currently in the middle of a rebrand and have decided to scrap the color versions of the logo for now.