Logo Design

A company logo that speaks volumes

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Branding, Logo Design

A company logo that speaks volumes

A coaching company serving those who are ready to fully engage in the game of life. Some things come easy. Others, not so much. We actually produced over 50 concepts to arrive at this final logo which we and the client love.

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Logos: simple, powerful, effective!

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Branding, Logo Design

Logos: simple, powerful, effective!

Sometimes simplicity is the best solution. This logo is for Amy Tiemann’s publishing company. It’s one of our favorite logos because of its simplicity and fun color palette.

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How to deliver a cutting-edge and professional image

Posted by on Sep 6, 2013 in Branding, Logo Design

How to deliver a cutting-edge and professional image

Steven Power, author of PowerSelling, needed a logo suitable for his self-publishing entity as well as his other ventures. The red, gray, and black color palette works for his bold, streamlined approach to business-to-business sales, and now permeates all product packaging and promotional materials which we’ve designed for him. Steven now has a strong, highly-recognizable brand identity that can grow with him and his offerings.

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Communicate clearly with a sense of balance

Posted by on Sep 2, 2013 in Branding, Logo Design

Communicate clearly with a sense of balance

This logo was developed for a consulting firm committed to helping individuals and small companies aspire to new heights of effectiveness—in ways that are not so expected. The graphic instantly creates a sense of vitality, fun, individual accomplishment, and a willingness to try new things to move forward.

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What does your logo say to your market?

Posted by on Sep 1, 2013 in Branding, Logo Design

What does your logo say to your market?

One of our all-time favorite logos, this was developed for the publishing company for Joe Mark, author of A Cup of Joe.

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Best practice for your logo on your book’s spine

Posted by on Mar 22, 2013 in Branding, Logo Design

Best practice for your logo on your book’s spine

Author Foster Mobley asked us to render an image in the Antebellum architectural style (reminiscent of his childhood) as the icon for his publisher logo. Think about how your logo will reproduce on a small book spine — sometimes smaller than a half-inch wide — and, especially if it may be required to reverse out of a dark color, like...

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