Meet Our Design Heroes

Aliases: Christina Tzouganatos, Katie Carr, Pinelopi Petropoulou, Sarah Wasilewski, Tammy Priola

Superpower: Graphic Design

Describe yourself in 3 words.


Christina: Creative, Dedicated, Patient

Katie: Optimistic, Outgoing, Goofy

Pinelopi: Open-minded, Creative, Positive

Sarah: Witty, Ambitious, Empathetic

Tammy: Sarcastic, Reliable, Innovative


What is the most important part of your job?

Christina: You have to be very creative, but also a perfectionist.

Katie: The smiles on our clients’ faces when they see their visions and ideas turned into reality!

Pinelopi: To manage everyday creative challenges that come from differing perspectives.

Sarah: To always strive to produce new design ideas and concepts.

Tammy: Being creative to my best ability and always trying something new and unique, while making sure our clients are happy. I want them to get what they envisioned, but 10 times better.


What makes Lumia Marketing and Digerati Group unique?

Christina: The people.

Katie: Definitely the people who work here. I am lucky to be part of such a dedicated and talented team of creatives. I am impressed by their ideas on a daily basis.

Pinelopi: We have a very advanced working environment that creates high-level professional standards.

Sarah: Even though we have different satellite locations (Elmhurst, Chicago, Greece, India) we are still a close-knit team!

Tammy: I can’t really pick one thing. Can I say “everything?”


What is something that most people don’t know about graphic design?

Christina: Design isn’t just Photoshop…it’s psychology!

Katie: Most people don’t know that graphic designers are constantly inspired by the world around them.  While the average person can look at a billboard or advertisement and not even think twice about it, we tend to think things like: “Oh, that’s a great idea” or “I would have gone with a different font for that.”

Pinelopi: “Design is the silent ambassador of your brand.” – Paul Rand

Sarah: We don’t just work with print. Digital is the new age for designers.

Tammy: The one thing many people do not realize is that we are designing to capture the audience’s attention and make the sale. It’s not just all about glitter, glam, and making everything pretty. You also have to make sure your designs connect with the audience, and serve the right purpose.


Which comic book superhero (or villain) would you be?

Christina: Wonder Woman.

Katie: Rainbow Brite because she brings color to the universe!

Pinelopi: Spiderman.

Sarah: Black Widow.

Tammy: Batwoman! Have you seen the Batmobile? I could totally use one of those, but Chevy powered.

Want to see some of their fantastic designs?
Click Here to Visit Lumia Marketing Agency’s Online Portfolio.


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