Visual Brand Identity Design
for real people who wish to show their business to the world.
Winner of 3 American Advertising Awards • Adobe Creative Suite User
Last week I talked about how strategic graphic design solutions help to solve expensive problems in your business. It also […]
It's not just about the copy. Do you have those nagging visual issues in your marketing or overall visual branding […]
Art versus Graphic Design. There is a difference. Art is generally about aesthetics and personal expression. Graphic Design considers function […]
I have several clients who represent multiple companies, and last week, one of those clients came to me requesting a […]
Stephanie at Upstate Balloon Company needed her rebranding to have a playful look that would appeal to both corporate and […]
Marty at UP2U Films needed branding for his faith-based, independent film company. Since his films are being considered for mainstream […]
Winner of three Addy Awards (American Advertising): Gold Addy (Elements of Design – Logo) Gold Addy (Sales Promotion – Packaging) […]
Virginia at Amazingly Ageless needed a logo for her medical-spa. She offers a variety of services to women including nutrition […]
This was one of my earlier re-branding projects where my client provided me with a sad logo and business card […]
As a virtual graphic designer, I come alongside my clients from any location at any appointed time. With that, my clients always have someone to go to for graphics needs (big or small), someone to handle their professional printing, and someone who can advise them on strategy and marketing copy along the way.
Ultimately I help my clients to send clearer messages to a visual world to inspire more engagement in their business. We develop long-term working relationships so that, together, we may break through challenges, make great profits, celebrate in our successes, and faithfully press toward the higher mark of our purpose. ~ Jodi Salice
Can’t say enough nice things…
Jodi is my “go to” designer. Over the years I’ve had her do a variety of things, and she’s always done a great job. She’s done book covers, business cards, book layouts, newsletter formatting, and probably a few other things I forgot about. Can’t say enough nice things about her.
Getting a logo designed is a huge step toward developing the face of your brand. But since your logo is only a smart part of your visual branding story, you’ll need to be aware of some risks when it comes to putting it out there for the world to see. Click here to download my FREE guide, "Life After your Logo Design - A Graphic Designer's Painfully Honest Advice on Your Next Steps..."