Hello, my name is Zac Uselton.
Since 2008, I have been a digital and traditional designer for small and corporate companies. Through my career, I have had the wonderful opportunity to share my knowledge and creative ability, to help grow and achieve career and personal success. With the help of great mentors, leaders and my wonderful wife, they all had a helping hand in molding me into the professional that I am today. So here is my story.
June 2008 - Melior, Inc
I had the opportunity to work at Melior, Inc. while studying Multimedia at ITT Technical Institute. At Melior, I was a Flash and 3D artist. In this role, I was responsible in creating/coding interactive online training content for preparatory schools. In this position, I used the Adobe Suite, primarily Flash, to create and code 2D graphics for simple game training exercises, animations and interactive graphics.
When complex models we called for, I would use AutoDesk 3DS Max. In this program I would wire frame out high end 3D models and animations for course work. These models range from  automotive, cosmetics, to health science. In most cases, the 3D space would showcase the main animations, while Adobe Flash would compress these animations for web application.
March 2009 - Education Corporation of America
From December 2008 to March 2009, I worked a contract position at Education Corporation of America (ECA). Before my contact date was up, I was hired on as an employee at ECA as Multimedia Assistant. I quickly migrated over to the Graphic Design position. At ECA, I was responsible in creating and maintaining a stick brand guideline for multiple colleges, such as Virginia College, Golf Academy of America, Culinard, Ecotech Institute and New England College of Business and Finance.
In this position, I helped create award winning collateral in the outdoor market. Other collateral consisted of flyers, web ads, emails, posters, promotional items, brand guidelines, charitable marketing, logos and more. Working within the in-house marketing department, I was fortunate enough to see and learn from most aspects of the B2B and B2C atmosphere. This experience came from working closely with the marketing directors and media buyers in respective markets.
Along with this position, I served as a liaison with outside print vendors and promotion organizations. In doing so, it helped me stay in touch and on top of traditional and digital trends. This experience helped me understand and improve on my social media trends and audience approach.
December 2013 - Digital Marketing Services, Inc.
When approached by Digital Marketing Services, Inc. (DMS), I took on the role as Graphic Designer. At the beginning of my on-boarding, I was responsible for creating and maintaining marketing print collateral. Such as business cards, letterhead, sell sheets, flyers and posters. Shortly after my introduction period, I was entrusted in creating branding collateral for start-up and established companies.
Over the years at DMS, I have been fortunate enough to work with vast and notable companies. Ranging from industries in hospice/health care, construction, realty, breweries, food service and cosmetics. At its core, DMS is a technology company with sophisticated printing capabilities. I have helped create content that has enhanced my creative experience and overall vision of new-age design that has become an asset for the company.
At DMS, I am the Lead Graphic Designer. In this role, I am responsible in maintaining the Art Department to ensure that they are properly communicating with the business partners, sales teams, development teams and most importantly clients to hit deadlines consistently. This position has helped me bring structure to the team and understandings of limitations in the creative sphere. Working with multiple companies on their needs and expectations has helped me become a strong team leader and problem solver.
Currently - Me

So there it is, my professional development. Aside from my previous and current employers, I have been a freelance professional for many years and continue to be so now. I enjoy what I do and love creating something out of nothing. There is nothing like looking at a blank art board after reviewing a project scope and saying, “Lets see what happens”.
If you would like to see my resume, click this link. Or if you would like to reach out with any questions or project request, please fill out the form below. Ill be more than happy to talk with you and see what we can come up with.
Thanks for stopping by,
Zac Uselton
Graphic Designer
Birmingham AL
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