Design tools with deep shadows. A cappuccino cup and saucer, digital tablet and pen on a lined notebook. Photo by Alexandra Del Bello.
booking events June 2024 • design work January 2025
Graphic design with an ethical approach. Being disabled shaped her work methods to accommodate every body-mind. Accessibility improves both design and our process! Freelance services include:
A range of design options from small to large packages. Get a brand or website that embodies your business and values.
Access is a basic right. Your online presence must include disabled people. Jess can consult, update designs or start new.
Single or set art pieces that celebrate under-represented spaces. Commissions available for web and print.
Branding + website for haley brown. Standing tablet: mobile website and logo. Watch screen: light blue with pink and dark blue paint strokes. Desktop: logo in a wispy word mark. Artist's work surrounds it. Flat tablet: brand guide imagery page. Text in a beige box, against brown tiled icons by the artist.
Screen mockups from Lstore.graphics.
Disability & Philanthropy Forum design accessibility. Laptop: logo banner and disability stock photo. Floating Tablet: Foundation Giving for Disability, Priorities and Trends. Full Report cover with curved shapes and photo. Standing Tablet: brand colours page with contrast pairings. Phone: 8 simple icons.
Yahoo! digital illustration. Disabled crowd for Global Accessibility Awareness Day, May 20th. Kissing gay couple. Autistic person has vitiligo. Black gender fluid person with prosthetic leg. South Asian Down Syndrome woman. Bind woman in a hijab and white cane. Two-spirit Little Person uses a wheelchair. Plus-size man signs "call me" to a Black Deaf woman.
Screen mockups from Lstore.graphics.
Finding and partnering with Jessica to create our brand and website was an absolute blessing. Jessica is a brilliant and compassionate designer. I have been blown away by how thoughtful, thorough, and user friendly the end product has been. She designed our brand and website to be disability conscious, providing guidance and advice on layout, colors, text, font size, buttons, navigation, to create an accessible user experience. Throughout the entire process, Jessica was extremely receptive to feedback and iterations, informative, and flexible. As a client, I felt extremely supported throughout our working relationship. The team now has the ability to make instant changes to our content and easily upload blog posts, with the support of tutorial videos provided by Jessica. She also created marketing collateral, presentation templates, and customized illustrations and cutout images that we use regularly at Pause and Effect. I couldn't be happier.
I couldn’t be more pleased with the website that Jessica redesigned for me. She interpreted and expanded on my brief in a way that absolutely aligned with my current creative practice. Throughout the two-month process I was excited to receive each new piece of work and get stuck in to the appraisal and implementation phase – which was slick and uncomplicated.
As soon as my website went live, I began recommending Jessica to colleagues and contacts within my networks, as the creative industry is in urgent need of more design accessibility experts like Jessica. I really hope to work with Jessica again in the future.
Jessica has demonstrated exceptional professionalism, creativity and flexibility when working together. Our business relies heavily on carefully curated graphics and Jessica has been able to produce some outstanding work for us. The communication was made very easy despite living in different timezones. Incredible value for money and we will definitely be engaging her services again very soon!
Working with Jessica is always a smooth and rewarding process. She delivers on every promise and creates well-designed graphics that truly add life and vibrancy to the Disability & Philanthropy Forum.
Jessica is creative, professional, and super easy to work with. Not only did she deliver exactly the website we wanted, she also laid out very clearly all the options beforehand, and then made us independent through her tutorials. This made for a stress-free and even fun experience. Also, her deep commitment to the disabled community really shines through all of her work. We'd definitely hire her again!
Maria Chiara and Elena
Jessica is a brilliant designer, who is also a joy to work with. She designed a logo and a series of templates for be-kin, which I see and use on a daily basis – and I feel inspired every time I look at them! I wholeheartedly recommend her.
Wren Loucks, CEO and Founder
Jessica Oddi’s designs encompasses the perfect combination of creativity, sleek style and accessibility. She’s such a pleasure to work with. We originally were seeking someone to design a logo but received so much more! We were blown away by her professionalism, quick thinking and toolkit of branding that set the tone for our film production company, making a vision a reality.
It was such a pleasure working with Jess Oddi on a website refresh and physical branding items [business cards, gift certificates etc.] for my business. She was incredibly kind, knowledgeable, creative, professional and timely from start to finish. I was blown away not only by her incredible designs and masterful coding abilities, but also by her exceptional customer service. Deliverables were sent ahead of schedule throughout the entire process and any requests or edits I had were completed promptly!
By the end it was bittersweet that our time together was over! I'll be over here thinking up some new projects so I can have another opportunity to work with this talented woman once again!
I am honoured and excited to write a review for Jess, and let the world know how great she is! Jess has been working with our company for over 5 years. I began working with her just over 4 years ago and could not be happier with her attitude, responsiveness, and quality of work. She has provided exceptional creative vision and worked with me and my team to bring our visions to life [and even better than we imagined].
Our branding and logo is monumental to who we are and how we present ourselves and Jess has been critical to helping us with our rebrand and marketing and sales collateral since we met! I admire her work ethnic and creativity. She is able to execute my many ideas flawlessly, and is always there to provide support and answer my many questions. I without hesitation recommend her to anyone looking for creative support, excellent customer/client service and unmatched quality and timely work! Looking forward to continuing to work with you Jess.
Jess focuses on disability-led practices. Balancing lived experience with community spaces in her discussions.events + features
A white disabled woman smiles with a cappuccino. At a counter in her power wheelchair. She has green eyes, and brown-silver hair. Wearing a white collared shirt over a black jumpsuit. Photo and editing by Garry Tran.