Name: Ann Brown
Location: Minneapolis, MN, USA
Summary: Ann turned to Lucidpress when she was asked to start a company newsletter. Relieved at its simple interface and adaptability, Ann and her team soon completed the first issue. She couldn't have predicted the overwhelming positive response that followed.
Name: Lynita Mitchell-Blackwell
Company: Leading Through Living
Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
Usecase: Magazines, flyers, posters, worksheets
Summary: Small business owner Lynita became her own designer when she discovered Lucidpress. Thanks to its adaptable templates and easy-to-learn interface, Lynita can now create magazines and other marketing content in record time.
Name: Jennifer Avery
Company: Weichert Realtors (Broker), Realtor Team Waller
Location: Front Royal, VA, USA
Usecase: Brochures, flyers, newsletters
Summary: When their longtime design agency went out of business, Jennifer and her team of realtors were concerned that their industry-leading brochures would fall flat. That was before they found Lucidpress, which helped them create standout marketing materials all on their own.
Name: Mary Ann Barton
Company: Joyous Paradox (Blog) and Rest Series (4-book series)
Location: Maynard, MA, USA
Usecase: Blog artwork, Book cover
Summary: Independent blogger and author Mary Ann Barton was just looking for a way to spice up her blog with infographics and other visuals when she discovered Lucidpress’s digital publication toolbox. Now she’s amazed at how thoroughly it transformed the way she works.
Name: Charles Cochran
Company: Cochran Life
Location: North Carolina, USA
Usecase: Newsletters, brochures, postcards
Summary: When insurance agent Charles Cochran decided it was time to redesign the newsletters and brochures that he shares with clients, Lucidpress provided the creative boost he needed.
Company: La Presse
Location: Montreal, Quebec, CA
Usecase: Digital newspaper
Summary: La Presse is the oldest and largest French language newspaper in North America. Realizing that its traditional print subscription business would inevitably decline over time, the staff of La Presse developed a bold vision to transform their business while redefining the news experience for readers.