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Brand refresh. Now with significantly more badass.

I wanted to launch my freelance business with a blitz of all new everything. New website, new reel, new look for my collateral materials such as resumes, invoices, ect. What I didn’t want to change was some of the more basic stuff like the logo. I wanted to keep as well as a lot of […]

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Things are looking a little different around here…

Things might look a little different here to longtime readers. And really, anyone who’s read any of my previous blog posts is a longtime reader at this point. Because it’s been that long since I’ve posted. DigitalElliott.com served, for more than a year, as my presence on the internet and as a way to attract […]

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The Last Month

So, obviously, I haven’t posted on here for a month.  You were probably asking yourself “did something happen?” or “Did he forget about us?” or “Did he take a break for the holidays, never to return?”.  Well, yes I did take a break for the holidays, but I’ve been right busy since!  Business cards and […]

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So it begins

Alright!  My first foray into the blog space!  I’ve had a bit of a desire to start up one of these for a while, and I feel that my impending new branding launch is a good time to shake these things up and get started. I hope to use this space to showcase work that […]

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That was harder than it had to be!

I’m not a web designer nor do I ever intend to be on any real scale, but I do style myself a designer designer, so I’m picky when it comes to what fonts I use and general colors and layouts.  Blogger did not make this easy, which was very frustrating, but it did make it […]

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Motion Blurb

Elliott Cennamo is a Motion Graphics designer living in and working out of Columbus, Ohio. Elliott has had the pleasure of working with some of the world's top brands and, in addition to being Emmy Nominated, Elliott's award-winning work has entertained in major sports arenas, been broadcast nationwide, and been used to spur changes in public policy.