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Print is still one of the most effective marketing tools today; an elegant printed piece creates a lasting impression like no other medium. It sticks around longer because it’s tangible – you can feel the texture of the paper and finishes, smell the intriguing aroma of ink, and experience the …

Having designed and developed dozens of websites for a wide variety of clients, we’re serious about the website design and development projects we take on. We want your site to be better, if not the best. Are you looking for a brand new site, or just a few tweaks on …

Color is a powerful design tool, and we know how to use it. In marketing, the use of color is as important as your message. Bright or subtle, bold or soft – if you treat color correctly, your web or print collateral can communicate a feeling – one that is …

Changes in your business, in your market, and in the world can destabilize your company’s branding and message. How can you best tend your image in this time of big change? Gather all of your company collateral for a general review. Include websites, print materials, presentation decks, logos, signage, social …

Time for another round of design FAQs! 1. I have a crowd-sourced logo, but I’m not happy with it, and none of my print or web vendors can use the versions the creator provided. Why? Most crowd-sourced logo companies are not professional graphic designers who will take the necessary time …

Your company logo is one of the most valuable of all branding items. It has a higher market value because of the number of times it will be seen over the life of your company. We put our logo designs through a test before we present to clients. Take the …

As a designer for web and print, I tend to use the same handful of resources over and over again – because they’re easy to use, and they work. Here are six of my favorites: Google Fonts. Google fonts is winning. They have more font choices than ever. There’s a good …

We’re frequently asked: What makes a good logo? A good logo is simple, elegant and consistent. It doesn’t sway with every trend. Easy to say; hard to do. Take a look at some examples of elegant, timeless logos – both corporate and product – that have built strong brand recognition. Apple …

Logo design is like solving the best puzzle ever. Essentially, it is distilling a company’s story into a simple graphic. Like all good art, the simplicity is a cover for a deeper complexity. There’s a mystique and a sense of cleverness about logos; upon closer inspection, you can find hidden …