Jelly Bean is an award-winning bespoke design firm, creating beautiful solutions to design challenges in print and on the web. We offer graphic design, web programming, typography and logo design, as well as strategic consulting. Choose a flavor.
Jelly Bean provides design, consultation, and production services in order to create logos, websites, print material, display or trade show artwork, and publications. From original design work to programming and application development, Jelly Bean can deliver tailored solutions to clients of all sizes.
We specialize in conceptual design, business integration and strategic consultation. We offer web hosting, database design and programming, web application programming and support, custom software development and technical consulting services.
We work in a range of technologies including PHP, Wordpress, Drupal and .NET. We create accessible, standards-compliant, responsive, cross-platform HTML. Mobile solutions and app development are also available.
The Lunch Project’s goal is to enable Tanzanian mothers to cook and serve a nutritional meal at school so children will be better equipped to learn. Jelly Bean is pleased to support the Charlotte-based Lunch Project as part of our commitment to meaningful pro-bono design work.
Company founder Jeremy Spinks has over 15 years of experience in design for web, print and display. In August of 2011, Spinks founded Jelly Bean, and currently consults for Florida State University in Tallahassee, and the Department of Veterans Affairs in Denver, amongst others. He was part of the Project Management Office for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement during the design of the FALCON ICHS system. In his previous position of Studio Director at a regional design agency, Spinks worked with a number of state and national clients, including the National Education Association and Amazon.
He has worked with numerous Florida state agencies, including the Department of Education, the State University System Board of Governors, and the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. His work has been recognized with local and regional ADDYs and a Silver Award from the 2010 W3 Awards. Spinks has also served as an adjunct professor at Florida State University's College of College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance, where he taught graphic design and typography.
"Jellybean Design created our website for us and made the experience a breeze. Jeremy was flexible, courteous and fun to work with. He took the time to get to know our company and made sure to create a site that reflected our core beliefs. We cannot tell enough people about the stellar work that he did and his attention to detail. He even took the time to teach us how to make our own changes so that we will never feel helpless when it comes to our website."
Krystin Olinski, Press Marketing