Logo Design

Logo design presents the most challenging aspect in graphic design. To communicate a graphic that will represent the company mission is the reason a logo is so important. My personal approach begins with sitting down and learning about the company itself, understanding the companies’ goals, their product, their personality and their target market. My design aesthetic is clean and direct, which is a positive step in designing logos. Keeping the design clean and effortless is the trick that needs to be pulled off for a successful design.

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Aggero Partners:
A analytical financial firm

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SpeediMango: Proposed logo design for an online portal

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Clauser Tree
Care: Proposed logo design for a tree removal company

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Music Master
World: An online music school

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Wealth Preservation Consultants: A consultant firm

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Recognition Trees:
A donor recognition company

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Beach of Coco:
A Costa Rica vacation resort

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Sun Center
Studios: Proposed logo design for a film studio

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Shenor Collections:
Hats and apparel retailer


 

Signage and Wayfinding

Being a production designer is an intricate part of the design process. Working in signage, the role calls for the designer to implement the brand in a visual productive showcase to the public in the most visually appealing way. Instructional drawings for fabrication, site plans for installation, and permit drawings for townships are the responsibility of the production designer. Dealing with interior and exterior signage, the designer must keep in mind the importance of directing people to the place they are looking for. This is called wayfinding.

 

 

 

 

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airport

 

Custom signage

Custom signage such as dedication plaques or wallsystems are a good way to show creativity. The function of dedication is to pay respect to a collective fundraising.