Branding. You know you need it.
You know it needs to be good, and accurately represent and reflect your business. But you have no idea how to take all of those abstract words that describe your business and turn them into a compelling visual brand.
I can help you with that.
You know the core of your business, the story; I know how to translate that into design that perfectly fits your business. I can take those swirling ideas about the personality and impression you want your business to give off, and create a solid basis for your visual branding. I’ll help you figure out your unique angle, and bring that to life in your design materials.
Whether you need a logo, some printed pieces, or a website, I can help you find your visual voice and make sure it doesn’t suck. Ready to get started?
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Get Strategic With Your Business
Resources to get you thinking about your business as a business.
Learn the Talk
Branding Blog Posts
In order to craft a logo that perfectly fits your business, a designer needs certain information. Here are 5 questions I ask before every logo design.
“We explore promising avenues that, days later, become dead ends. Sometimes, we solve a month’s problem in an hour.” — Cennydd Bowles. Talking about creativity and time in the value of design.
If you've ever wondered what use an official logo is to your business, I have three good reasons right here explaining why you should have one.
If you've ever wondered "what is branding, exactly?" this post is for you. I break branding down into its 5 key components and explain each one.
In this edition of Brand Nuance, I'm demonstrating the importance of specifics in branding design, using the fictional business Midnight Juice. How can your branding make it clear what your business is when the name alone is not enough?
Have a look at some of my relevant work: