About Bullet Boy Design

I am Bullet Boy.

I always wanted to say something like that after watching Tony Stark's closing line in "Iron Man." But I digress: I'm Scott Miller, and I am Bullet Boy Design.

For nearly two decades, I've gained experience working on almost every kind of graphic design project. I started in graphics communications in 1995 at the beginning of the transition from traditional pasteup to computers. My first job was at a small 2-color offset printing company, laying out pages by actually pasting them them together, then shooting them with a camera, stripping negatives and burning plates. There I learned the ropes of making a printed piece come together, from the inititial bidding and client consultation through prepress, production and bindery. I then went to work in a number of interesting positions, including as a designer for an engineering company in Knoxville, TN, as graphic artist for one of the lead advertising agencies for Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis, MO, to marketing communications for a major organic foods retailer in Boulder, CO. I'll be able to handle any graphics project you can throw my way.

My traditional graphic design work ranged from logos and identity packages to catalogs and brochures to photos and illustrations to exterior signage and billboards.

I began designing web pages in 2007, starting with my own company website, and now web design is my primary focus. The most frequent way for most people to interact with you company is through the web. I recognized the importance of tying both my clients web and print presences together to create a unified brand across all media, and have been doing that ever since.

Web design services span from creating HMTL 5 sites using the latest in responsive design, Wordpress site development, to Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

Please contact me and I'll be happy to discuss your project with you!

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I am a web and graphic designer with experience dating back to the mid '90's creating web and print solutions, using best practices to get you the best results.

The role of a designer is to help create a bridge between you and your audience,
so you can communicate to them what they want to know about you.