Much like pulling all sorts of ingredients together to bake a cake, my logo design services require tons of preparation and work behind the scenes. First, we go over your initial vision and all your ideas. We discuss color palettes and imagery. We brainstorm a few concepts together. Then, I do online research and sketch some preliminary drawings. I set up and test out an extensive list of potential fonts and start digitizing some of my drafts bringing all the elements together. Without these key items, I couldn’t deliver the level of quality my clients have grown to expect! Do you like a behind the scenes look like this? What questions do you have?
What gets you motivated in the morning? Aside from my daily cup of coffee, working on an awesome design project is a sure way to get me fired up. Such is the case with this ad I designed for the IVECCS 2020 Symposium in St. Louis. There are three reasons why I love working with VECCS.
First of all, they give each event a different and fun theme—and I love a good design theme!
Second, because I really like the VECCS team. I genuinely enjoy working with them, especially their association manager, Sarah Kokernot, and their Finance Manager, Torey Reese!
And third, because the purpose of VECCS is to promote the advancement of knowledge and high standards of practice in veterinary emergency medicine and critical patient care. As a dog lover and owner, I’ve been in vet emergency rooms more than once, so I love that there is an organization that focuses on raising the level of emergency care for animals.
When you know, you know, am I right? Some business owners have a crystal clear vision of what they’re looking for in a logo. Tonya Smith, from Emerge Counseling and Coaching Services, is one of those lucky people who knew without question was she wanted her branding to be. I really enjoyed working with Tonya and helping her bring her ideas to life. The clarity and direction she provided allowed me to design a logo that was just right for her business! Are you looking for a logo designer? If so, let’s chat!
Welcome to my corner of the internet, where the coffee is hot, and so is the weather! I can’t wait for cooler temperatures… but I live in Texas, so you never know what the weather will be like from day to another. But staying indoors, where it’s nice and cool, gives me a chance to tell you a little bit about this blog.
I usually showcase samples of my recent work on here. A couple times a month, I’ll share tips about online tools, social media, or technology in general. I also post some personal thoughts and insight into my life in the hopes that you can get to know me better! So whether you’re a new follower or a longtime friend, I’d love to know what kind of content you would like to see? Comment below!
Ever feel like just shaking things up? Well, my awesome clients are doing just that! I’m happy to share a new logo I recently designed for Rev Up Recess! Olivia Weisinger and Amanda McMickle have partnered up to create a movement that is bringing play back to kids in our schools and our communities. Their focus is reviving a forgotten, yet vital classroom: Recess! It’s been so fun to work on this project with Olivia and Amanda! And we’re not stopping at just the logo, we are currently working on other collateral materials that I can’t wait to share with you too! Are you needing help your business logo? If so, reach out and let’s chat!
I have been lucky enough to work with people from all different types of industries. However, I’d never had the opportunity to work with an author, and I really wanted to have the chance! So, when the lovely Caroline Rose reached out to me about her project, I was delighted! Caroline is a thoughtful, smart, and dog-loving woman who is inspiring others with her story of hope. I am beyond grateful to be working with her, and I’m so excited to share a glimpse of a digital download I designed for her. It’s called ‘Hope Rules,’ and in it, she outlines 10 ways you can offer support to someone who is going through a difficult time. To get a copy of ‘Hope Rules,’ just visit www.dearrileyrose.com and sign up to her newsletter!