Erin Trusner Fischer is a numbers girl at heart.
She was working in the financial industry when she discovered her love of design. What began as a request to create a holiday party invitation for her employer turned into a small business she viewed as a way to make and save extra money before getting married and settling down.
More than 12 years later, Erin is still focused on numbers, but at the concern of her clients. She truly enjoys the process of partnering with companies to develop their identity through branding and logo design, and wants each project to be a financially worthwhile collaboration.
“I love helping small businesses grow and thrive from a marketing perspective,” said Erin. “There is something so special about what I create resonating with others and them investing their hard earned money to work with or buy from me. I am honored every single time.”
In October 2022, Erin created two sets of recipe cards exclusively for the Trailblazing the West maker series. One has a southwestern pattern while the other is branded in copper. In addition to her graphic design business, Erin also is a wife, mom and part-time farm and food blogger, which is what inspired her Savannah 7s recipe card design.
I want my customers to feel confident that their business looks just as good from the outside as they make them from the inside. My goal is to reflect the wonderful person or company that exists behind the brand and how much they care about their audience. I want my clients to be chomping at the bit to showcase to the world what a fabulous visual package they have.
Oh goodness, where do I start? The people and the values they instill in their children. The old fashioned, romantic notion that a simple life is indeed worth living. And horses, of course.
Someone who isn't afraid to break the mold and do it their way. Someone who sees an opportunity and runs full speed ahead with it and doesn't look back or side to side. Someone who thinks, "why not me?"