From 1999 - 2001, Thataway Design provided graphic design services for business and nonprofits, working with both local and national companies and organizations including the National Slavery Memorial Museum Project in Washington DC, Cheshire Oil in Keene, NH, the MLK Memorial Project in DC and a variety of community businesses and programs in Pennsylvania, Vermont, Massachusetts, DC and Arizona.
In 2002, Thataway Design opted to end active design work for outside programs and I, the designer behind Thataway Design, began working full time on my wife's program and resulting national conference (both of which are featured on this website).
Although I no longer pursue freelance business, I am still offering my time and skills to nonprofits which may not be able to afford a full price designer. In these situations, I usually ask that my expenses be covered, though any costs incurred usually vary depending on the type of design requested.
I can be contacted at if you have any questions about my nonprofit design services.
- Andy Fluke