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Natalie Murawski has been promoted to senior art director.




(PRESS RELEASE) CHICAGO – Matrix Partners announces that Natalie Murawski has been promoted to senior art director. Since her first day at Matrix, Natalie has created engaging designs that elevate their clients’ brands. She has proven to be a valuable asset to the agency, as well as all of its clients, and has the ability to visually tell each brand’s unique story.

As part of her new role, Natalie will work closely with clients and Matrix’s internal management team to create strategic, on-brand designs. Natalie will be driving the process for all creative projects, including product naming, rebranding, logo design, packaging design, social and digital campaigns, POP/sales materials, trade show support, web design and ecommerce content.

In collaboration with Matrix’s management team, Natalie will oversee all branding for the agency, such as email blasts, website designs, social media campaigns and new business presentations. Natalie has been acknowledged for her excellence in design, winning prestigious awards from Hermes, Graphic Design USA, and dotCOMM, to name a few.

Natalie began working at Matrix in 2016 after interning at GA Communication Group in Chicago. She also held an internship at Petstages, a pet toy manufacturer located in Northbrook, Illinois.

“Helping clients tell their individual stories is something that Natalie has perfected throughout her time with us,” said Beckie Tomala, vice president, client & creative services at Matrix Partners. “She continues to create designs that are not only beautiful, but meet strategic objectives and help boost sales. We couldn’t be happier to have her leading our creative team.”

In her free time, Natalie loves to indulge in True Crime podcasts like Crime Junkie and My Favorite Murder. She also enjoys visiting her “home away from home” up north in Door County, WI with her family, friends and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel pup, Cleo.




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