I’m Adam Gillitt, and I have been a professional graphic designer and web developer since graduating from Brown University with a BA in English and American literature and a minor in education.
In 2006, I launched Gillico Worldwide, a contract design and creative services firm, and, in 2011, I became the Creative Director for TISOAA, a marketing services agency based in Boston, MA.
I live on the island of Alameda, in the San Francisco Bay area, in a 115-year-old house with a busy garden, honeybees, and several cats. My interests include photography, volunteering, cooking, flea markets, baseball, biking, and technology. I serve as chair of the Alameda Public Art Commission, making decisions and recommendations to City Council regarding public arts.
My skills include Branding, Brochures, Campaigns, Creative Direction, Identity, Information Design, Print Production, Websites, and WordPress. I have worked in diverse industries including Consumer, Education, Health & Wellness, Non-Profit, and Technology.
Below are some of my favorite projects. If you would like more information, please visit my social media accounts or use the contact form to contact me directly about your needs.