“Thank you so much for your hard work and lightning fast turnaround. We got what we asked for and then some. You have a great eye for design and did I mention you are fast! I’m so happy I’d wear a sandwich sign with your business name on it and stand on the street corners for a week. Is that weird?”
Kris Young, Vice President
“Sarah Mattern is by far the most creative and adaptive designer there is. More importantly, she is easy to work with and dependable; so much so that our clients actually ask to work with her again. Sarah’s qualities are a fundamental reason our company is doing well.”
Kevin Knapp, CEO
“Our MatternCo-designed sites regularly receive positive feedback for their clean, elegant designs and intuitive usability. Behind the scenes, Sarah has been a dream to work with, delivering three projects for us, each of which was on-time, on-budget, with no drama – only results.”
“Sarah Mattern is a pleasure to work with. A consummate professional - creative and collaborative - she is driven to provide top notch design whether for print or online. I would definitely work with her again on future projects.”
Anat Baron, Filmmaker, CEO
“Sarah is a great partner in creating online promotions. She has an excellent sense of design and her projects are always delivered on time and with no technical issues. I keep going back to her with additional work because I know from experience that I’ll be delighted with the results.”
Liz Kaplan, Project Manager
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