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Chris Bonini

Senior Graphic Designer
Chris Bonini

As a Senior Graphic Designer, Chris Bonini brings his instinctive eye for design and creative ideas to the clients of Zero Gravity Marketing. He works one-on-one with clients to ensure he completely understands their marketing objectives so he can deliver precisely what the client is looking for. Chris doesn’t only give his clients what they want, but he opens the doors to what they need to succeed.

Chris thrives on taking something drab and turning it into something inspiring. He brings his passion and keen sense for design to a variety of projects, including responsive websites, app design, and traditional marketing pieces. He has an innate talent to transform brand strategies and marketing objectives into eye-catching displays both on and off the web. While always focusing on aesthetics, Chris never forgets the importance of the user experience and a clean UI design.

Prior to joining Zero Gravity Marketing, Chris put his talents to work as the lead designer at a prominent marketing agency in Connecticut. He worked with numerous clients from a variety of industries, including some big names like Harley Davidson, Kenneth Cole, Ebay, Captain Morgan, Citi Group, and more.

After graduating cum laude from Southern Connecticut State University with a degree in graphic design, Chris has earned several awards for his graphic design work, including six American Graphic Design Awards in 2009 and another five in 2007-2008. His awards were for his website designs, logo creations, and printed material concepts.

In his spare time, Chris is all about hanging out with his wife and daughter. Whether they are headed to the beach, finding a new place to grab some grub, or headed to a movie, they always have fun. Chris is also big into the outdoors, and can often be seen tending to his garden, playing Frisbee with his chocolate lap, or hiking in the majestic mountains of New Hampshire. His passion for photography and his obsession with being organized lend a helpful hand to his skills as a graphic designer, and he can always be seen with a Yankees hat on and at least two Apple products in tow.