The process of logo development for the brand number84 was mainly a font selection process. The samples and final logo are below. number84 Logo, Final number84 Logo, Development
A good friend of mine started a dog walking company a number of years ago and asked for my help getting their marketing materials together. Over the years I created everything they ever printed, in addition to their website. Maw’n Paws, 2007 to 2011 In 2011 the family moved up north and had to close
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A couple of great guys, Ken and Wes, found me and asked for a website with a little logo updating. I was happy to help out, of course. A few years later they asked for another update to their site, and I helped again. Straight Forward Inc. 2007 The first site that I put together
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This was a project that a group of friends and I attempted to get off the ground. It was an idea that one of us came up with while I hired a developer and funded the development as well as designed site and its assets. The project ran out of steam and was never launched.
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William Wright asked for a logo, a simple web page for his site, and some business cards for his new business venture. Wright Now Solutions Due to the nature of how William’s business operates, the link below will redirect rather quickly. Wright Now Solutions Business Cards
William Wright asked for a logo, a simple web page for his site, and some business cards for his new business venture. Later, William’s business re-branded as Wright Piano Tuning. Clark-Wright Piano Logo Clark-Wright Piano Business Cards The Final Card: The rejected cards:
Bluebarrow Books asked me for a logo and website. The website was made with WordPress and the company has since closed their site, so there is no link. On the plus side, here is the logo development. Bluebarrow Books Logo
A colleague of mine with a print shop had a website that I felt bad for. It needed a few coats of fire. I offered to help out at no cost just to make it go away, and they agreed. Feedback from Janet Gillespie Lance has been working in Graphic design for many years and
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While visiting in Oshawa I happened upon an advert for tires, which I was in the market for at the time. I went over to the shop and had some tires installed on my 300, and while that was going on I had a little chat with the owner. She decided she’d like to have
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In 2010 my friends from Cobourg Development Services asked me to put together a simple website for their senior living apartment complex that they were re-branding from Kimberly Court Apartments to Prada Court Apartments. Prada Court Apartments, 2010 Starting with a basic template I customized all of the site’s elements and added the new logo
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