Jon brings great ideas, conceptual sophistication and an unhealthy zeal for the craft of graphic design to his clients. His specialties include brand strategy, corporate identity, print, packaging, and digital.
Prior to forming his branding studio, Selikoff+Company, in 2002, he spent five years at Landor Associates in New York. His time at Landor included a stint in the company's Hamburg, Germany office, where his work included brand strategy, corporate identity and packaging for many of Landor’s Fortune 500 clients including Morgan Stanley, Spherion, Kraft, International Rescue Committee and Fort James.
During his time in Hamburg, he developed packaging for Milka chocolates, a new global identity for German pharmaceutical company Merck and a serious appreciation for spargel und wurst. Previously, he has worked in full-time and freelance capacities for nationally known agencies Siegel+Gale, Interbrand, Futurebrand, Cornerstone Branding, Spring Design Associates and Wages Design.
Jon has a degree in history from Emory University (which he uses for the occasional “Jeopardy” answer) and graduated from the design program at Portfolio Center in Atlanta.