Jones Worley, founded in 1990 by Atlanta communications professional Cynthia Jones Parks, is a boutique company with a big national reputation for high-impact branding, marketing, and environmental graphics. Jones Worley’s creative talents assist millions of people across the U.S as they navigate airport parking, catch a plane, find a hotel, visit a library, and ride public transit or engage in their communities. Jones Worley has also provided design services and marketing strategies on public service campaigns for The Coca-Cola Company, ING Foundation, The Southern Education Foundation, and Turner Broadcasting’s annual Trumpet Awards.
From its earliest projects – environmental graphic designs for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and the Centennial Olympic Games – Jones Worley has steadily built an impressive client list. The firm was the communications consultant and design partner for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority’s (MARTA) 2007 launch of the MARTA Breeze Card, the first 100% smart card conversion in the U.S. Since then, Jones Worley has emerged as a national leader in smart card marketing and consulting with transit systems in San Francisco, St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Fort Lauderdale, and a host of others.
Jones Worley is a U.S. Department of Transportation Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and female, minority-owned business.
This Business Supports “Minority Economic Development”