Image Quest owner, James Diaz

Image Quest owner, James Diaz

Hello, I am James Diaz and I am the owner of Image Quest.

I have been a graphic/web designer and fully emerged in the creative field since 1985. I collaborate daily with my trusted marketing partners that include representatives from:

  • Graphic art
  • Fine art
  • Technical drawing
  • Copywriting
  • Printing
  • Web software development
  • Social marketing
  • Search engine optimization
  • Radio
  • Television

My goal is to bring your business image to a professional level that meets and exceeds your competition’s.

Your success is my reward.





In 1991, after a successful run in the garment design and manufacturing industry, I dug my feet in and took advantage of the emerging desktop publishing industry to create Cursor Graphics in Rancho Cordova, California. Specialties included brochures, catalogs, business cards, letterhead and postcards. Aside from those products, there was little else THEN that was demanded by businesses in the way of marketing materials.

As the design industry matured in the subsequent 2 years, service bureaus sprung up to fill the gap between graphic design and the printing press. They would create the negatives that at that time were still required by printing companies to generate printing plates for their presses. One of those service bureaus asked me, as one of their larger customers, to move to a new building with them as part of their expansion. Cursor Graphics became a brick and mortar tenant of the Infomania Printing and Design Center.

In 1995, Cursor Graphics merged with another design firm to create the Image Quest Group and moved to Roseville, California as we continued to grow. Desktop published had been refined into the mainstream of electronic publishing and a movement to web publishing had started. Again, Image Quest jumped in with both feet. For 8 years Image Quest had continued increase the quality of and the demand for their expanding products.

In mid 2002, and with the advances in telecommuting and the demands from family, my partners and I chose to begin working more from home. It rapidly became evident that all of us were much more effective with our individual clients working in this manner than in an office environment. In 2003 we divided Image Quest Group equally.

Welcome to Image Quest Creative!


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