My goals

Coupons make sales. Even if it means you make less profit, sometimes it’s worth it. Be good to your customers and they will be good to you. I’m trying to step up my game and be more active in promoting my shop and what I can do. I want to grow and learn. My next … Continue reading My goals

50 Days of Logos – #dailylogochallenge

This post will be updated as I make more days. Day 1: Rocketship Day 2: Hot Air Balloon Day 3: Panda Day 4: Single Letter Logo Day 5: Driverless Car Day 6: Coffee Shop Day 7: Fashion Brand Wordmark Day 8: Ski Mountain Logo Day 9: Streaming Music Startup Day 10: Flame Logo Day 12: … Continue reading 50 Days of Logos – #dailylogochallenge

Medical AI in Communication

Here it is. This is my most recent creation in iterations. I was ranked only 2/5 stars for each design. I tried, and that’s good practice anyway. Why do you think none of them did well in the contest? How could I improve my design thinking? (shown in order of submission, and based on some … Continue reading Medical AI in Communication

Eureka!

For my family and friends, it comes as no surprise that one of my sources of creative inspiration is Walt Disney. More specifically, the animation and otherwise artistry of the Studio and Parks is, in my opinion, some of the best work ever done, anywhere in the world. Glowing review right? I don’t work for … Continue reading Eureka!

Credit Where Due

I had an epiphany today. I was working on a job at work and started doing corrections to make the result polished when I noticed that some of the details were rather ugly ok a logo. The designer had clearly used Image Trace in Illustrator. It wasn’t the worst I’ve ever seen, but I did … Continue reading Credit Where Due

deejay.photo

This design showcases the entertainment and event planning part of Ronnie’s business. The brief mentioned that the client wanted to see a design with foil in it, so I made my cards using the 877C Pantone swatch. Of course, the client could choose to have his cards foil stamped, which is more expensive. Either way, … Continue reading deejay.photo

Good Clients

It’s no secret that the world of design is full of bad, naughty, impatient, mean… 2 days later …awful, terrible clients. The nit-pickers want perfection, but refuse to negotiate payment when the project goes over budget due to time wasted on endless revisions. Vague-ists expect mind reading levels of understanding from a brief only 10 … Continue reading Good Clients

Persistance

Today – July 5, 2017 – I worked on a logo for a learn-to-code opportunity for kids. I had planned on working on this contest over the weekend, but just got around to it today with Independance Day disrupting my habits. In my email inbox sat a message from 99designs.com that one of the contests … Continue reading Persistance

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