I love working with amazing entrepreneurs—it’s a privilege to be part of someone’s business journey. I get an unexpected joy listening to my clients talk about their new business ideas and helping them create a logo that will proudly represent their new company. Today, I’d like to share a logo design I created for Renee and Elinda Joseph. Their new business, iLease Central, will provide both landlords and tenants with an organized and convenient online space for everything related to leasing, simplifying communication between both parties. I’ve had the pleasure of working with Renee before, and I have no doubt that she and Elinda will make this new venture a success! Are you starting a new business? If you need a graphic designer to help you create a logo, let’s talk!
I’ve been a graphic designer for over a decade, and a lot has changed since I began. For example, I used to think the best part of the job was getting to do what I love every day and although that’s still great, I now think the best part of what I do is making my clients’ creative vision come to life. It really brings me unexpected joy when clients look at a logo and tell me, “that’s the one!” With that in mind, I’d like to share this new logo I designed for Living Tree New Braunfels Counseling Center, a great client who I started working with recently. The owner, Shirley Nedock, had a clear concept of what she wanted her logo to be. She provided me with excellent direction throughout the entire process, and together, we were able to create this beautiful new logo for her business! What about you, friend? What brings you joy in your work?
As a graphic designer, my days are usually packed with tons of different types of projects. This week’s agenda includes working on two websites, a couple of logos, one flyer, two ads, and a brand new business card design. I’m going to be crazy busy, but I wouldn’t have it any other way! I love being a graphic designer and helping clients realize their vision. Whether the job is a putting together a quick promotional flyer or taking on a full website redesign, I enjoy every second of it! How’s your week shaping up?
If you ever asked me to name the most memorable place I’ve ever had a meeting at, I would most definitely have to say it was Bergheim Ranch. Nestled in the Texas Hill Country, Bergheim Ranch is a gorgeous event venue with stunning views and unique rustic lodging. My meeting with the owner, Barbara Pagan-Arroyo, was held on her lovely large covered porch where I repeatedly told her what a fantastic spot it was to sit in and work from. The views alone were magnificent, but the ranch is so peaceful and charming that I could have stayed there all day! But enough about the meeting… let me show you the logo design!
I have a confession… when a client I loved working with reaches back to me with a new project, I do a happy dance! Jenny Walker is the owner of Uncommon Covers, a business that creates unique handcrafted drinkwear. I had the opportunity to work with her over a year ago on a new logo design, and I instantly became a fan of her products! Last month, Jenny contacted me again about redesigning a personal monogram of her and her husband’s initials. They like artwork with contemporary, clean lines and something that can easily translate to different colors. I’m so pleased with the end result, but most importantly, they were happy with it too! Do you want a personal monogram logo created? If so, drop me a line!
My to-do list is looong this week… but the first item to check off on this busy Monday is to share with you one of my latest logos designs! Rhapsody Counseling & Wellness Center is a new local business that will provide counseling services for families, couples and individuals. It’s owned and operated by the lovely Jirzia Blackman—one of my newest clients! I really enjoyed working with Jirzia on this project. She and I were a great fit! We worked smoothly throughout the entire design process, bouncing ideas back and forth, and bringing her vision to life. I’m delighted with how this logo turned out! What do you have on your to-do list today?