UM-Design Process


 A B O U T

Branding is a very important part of owning a business or organization and even for a person. We each develop our own brand throughout life; for example, your brand might include: the color of the sky when the sun just begins to set, chocolate donuts with maple syrup, laughter, and the feeling of coming home from a long road trip.

With just those four items, I was able to develop a great idea of who you are, what you like, and what you’re all about. That is a brand. I thrive when I’m given the ability to listen to other’s needs and desires. When we first sit down whether that be in person or through Skype and talk about what you want and envision for your business, organization, or personal site, I will not only listen but ask pointed questions that help you really fine-tune what you’re looking for. I’ll take detailed notes and do lots of research as I prepare and gather ideas to begin your design.

When you apply it to your business or organization, it’s an identity put into fonts, words, colors, shapes, and textures. Identity design helps others to know just what you, or your company is all about. Proper branding will help you draw in the clients you’re looking for and keep them clicking or stopping in to visit. A fantastic brand design will relate to your customers instead of confusing  them. And that’s what I help you do. 

My fresh approach comes partly from my youth. Being a young designer, I am full of new and creative ideas that are sure to help you and your business or organization stand out in the crowd. Having an energetic nature, I persevere and try new things; I’m willing to learn and do lots of research to make sure that the ideas I present to you are the best fit for your business.

It’s important to keep your brand fresh and current. Times change quickly and even a high quality brand done three or four years ago can look dated. Take a few minutes to look at my work and then send me a message if you like what you see! I’m excited to start working with you!

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