Bruce Jones Design Inc. was formed by Bruce Jones in 1985 with a single focus: to provide design solutions to business clients interested in effective visual communication. Serving all manner of businesses including legal services, non-profits and general corporate with newsletters, brochures, promotional and collateral materials, identity packages, portable trade show booths, maps, websites, social media. Our clients’ are numerous and varied, they include:
- Large and small businesses with tight budgets and specific economic objectives
- Start-up companies that need total identity packages
- Concentrations in legal, professional services and nonprofits
- Professionals with single piece needs
Bruce Jones Design specialize in solving client problems by creating design products that are aesthetically pleasing, and economically viable. Taking projects from design to production through to print, web and electronic distribution.
Please refer to our Client list and our portfolio links at the top of this page to see the range of our client base and samples of our work.
Bruce is also the developer of the World of Maps editable clip art map software collection for PowerPoint and Adobe Illustrator. Used for presentations, illustrations, graphic design, and websites, distributed through various websites including; www.mapsfordesign.com, www.bjdesign.com and Amazon.
He also speaks and consults on publishing, social media, blogs, video and general marketing. Bruce is a regular contributor to the Video Journalism Workshops by Bill Gentile in Washington DC speaking on social media and video marketing. And a co-director of the Boston Internet Marketing Meetup.
Bruce is very active in both producing and creating original programming for local public access television and the web with over 300 videos online and several series.
He has authored or produced over 40 books, including his newest, How to Publish Your Book, A Beginners Guide for Print, Digital and e-Books
- 52 Ideas to Inspire Your Business Blog, Weekly Questions to Spark Your Blogging Creativity
- Smile, and Other Lessons from 25 Years in Business
- You Have Made Your Video-NOW WHAT?
- Essential Chords for Guitar, Mandolin, Ukulele and Banjo
- World Regional Maps Coloring Book
- Geography The Americas & The 50 US States
- How to Stand Out Online, Simple Techniques to Be Found Online Using Social Media and the Web
- Bruce is the producer of Bill Gentile’s Video Journalism Workshop along with his recent college textbook on video journalism, The Essential Video Journalism Field Manual.
- To learn more about my books please visit my Amazon Author Page http://www.amazon.com/author/jbrucejones
For further information or to hire Bruce please connect or call email@example.com or at 781-492-0742
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Interview with Daniel Hall of Selling Electrons Magazine
My own story of how I came to writing
My own story is that my earliest ideas of what I want to do from age 5 on were to, own my own business, work with TV and film, make products and write books. I have now done all of these things. The hardest one was writing books. I am dyslexic. For me writing was just about impossible. I could barely put a sentence together for most of my life. If I don’t get a word out correctly the first time it is gone. I was the kid in class that built the projects to get out of the writing assignment. All through high school and college I struggle to write anything. I changed my major in my senior year second semester just so I wouldn’t have to write a thesis.
When I worked in the corporate world different managers would help me out with memos and writing. I didn’t learn to write until in was in my early 50s. I then started blogging and just forced myself to put words down, I was just determined to write stuff. Around that time I just happen to take an internet marketing course that made you write out a business plan in small little chunks. I did that, combined with my blogging and when the course was done some kind of switch happened in my head and I could write. And I haven’t stopped since. It just pours out. It is all non fiction, how to kind of stuff but never stops. I
now love to write. It went from torture to joy. I plan writing assignments for when I fly on planes. I take off days and go and write. It is such a joy to be able to put words down. I wish I had some fiction stories in my head, but i don’t, but I am ok with what I write. You never know how it is going to work out. Never give up.
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