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Collaborating with people on ethical projects representing the disabled community and marginalized groups.
Taking on design and website work for innovative businesses, start-ups, and companies looking for a rebrand.
Creating one of a kind invitations and packages as unique as the client, for weddings and other personal occasions.
Jessica Oddi is a disabled graphic designer in Canada with versatility to spare. She specializes in crafting pieces tailored to exceed the desires of her clients. Freelancing since 2012, she undertakes projects on every scale — her work has even been featured in the New York Stock Exchange! She delivers quality designs with prompt turnarounds for clients in every industry, with a limitless and adaptable style.
Jessica is particularly interested in collaborations involving much needed representation, inclusivity and empowerment. You can find her on The Disabled List, or see her latest work here alongside influential people in the community. Jessica has also been featured in Canadian Women in Design. She also runs (or rather: rolls) The Disabled Life with her sister, Lianna. Her work is widely recognized and adored in the disabled community.