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Designed a concept logo for Remote365, a support company helping data centers, remote support for telecoms businesses.
|Lazy Dancer Tips
Designed a concept logo for an online ballet fitness streaming service looking for a nontraditional but professional logo.
Designed a concept logo for a home accents & decor company.
Designed a concept logo for a lotion company.
Designed a concept logo with a patriotic theme for a real estate company in Southern California.
Designed a logo concept for a coach/consultant who helps people discover, develop, and deliver a business idea, including purpose, potential and planning. Tagline for the business is “Get That Business Out of Your Belly.”
|Administer Justice “Lifted Up”
Designed a logo for an annual fundraiser that benefits Administer Justice, a nonprofit that provides free civil legal assistance.
|DR Simple Creativity
Designed a logo for independent mixed media artist Jannette Simmons.
|Springbrook Disciple-Making Pathway
Designed a logo for Springbrook’s upcoming initiative, as well as a b/w version for an app, based on specific guidelines.
|Total Life Church
Designed a logo for the newly launched Total Life Church.
|Live Life Anchored
Designed a logo for the PINC 2016 girls retreat with a nautical theme: Live Life Anchored
Designed a logo for an author’s book series, in addition to online and print covers for the first edition: 24:Ways to Pray Through Your Day.
|Guard Your Heart
Designed a logo for the PINC 2015 girls retreat with a battle theme: Guard Your Heart.
Designed an original logo for the grand opening of a new program for kids at Springbrook Community Church.
Designed an original logo to incorporate the three aspects of discipleship for a fundraising initiative at Springbrook Community Church, to make disciples first in our community, then in our region and then into the entire world.
|Sandie Kindschy, Singer/Songwriter
Created a logo and business card, as well as a promotional banner, for singer/songwriter Sandie Kindschy. She requested a look that reflects her style of music, with a symbol that combines music, peace and hope without being cliche. Later, I also created a CD cover for her first single.
|The Small Town Girl
Blogger Becky Graham asked me to help her get started with a logo and overall design for her new blog. I came up with this based on her request for a silhouette featuring her distinguishing features and fashion, but she decided later not to customize her header since she was unsure what look and feel she wanted yet. So this logo didn’t quite get finished.
Created a logo for the PINC (Purity is No Compromise) purity retreat at Springbrook Community Church with a “Pinc University” theme.
A friend who recently merged his two passions–running and photography–launched a web site for his new business. I was so excited I couldn’t help but create a logo for him, inspired by a tattoo of a foot he also has, before I even talked to him about it. Thankfully, he loved it.
|Nenn Penn, Ink
Background: Tweaked a logo based on her original creation, for a blogger/writer to promote her freelance business.
Background: Created a logo and business card for Emily Phillips who founded the purity ministry PINC. She wanted pinc and feminine without being cliche, and the tea cup was a must, because of its significance to the group.
|HeartStrong: Generosity Campaign
Background: Created a logo along with media materials to support a generosity campaign through Springbrook Community Church that reflects the campaign’s three elements: Love God, Love Ourselves and Love Others. The logo has three unique hearts featuring “arrows” respective to the three areas, linked together in a chain signifying strength. The campaign was changed, however, to two elements: Love God/Love Others, so I reworked the logo, with the heart signifying loving God on the outside to reflect that our ability to love others comes from within our relationship with God.
Background: Springbrook Community Church began a coffee fellowship for the women to get to know one another. I created a logo and developed marketing materials to promote the bi-monthly events.
|Sara Mason (Sara’s Words & Mom-Me)
Background: After much ado and several cards for other people, I finally decided it was time to create my own business card. This required making something of a logo and icon for myself. I wanted something that reflected me as a writing professional, particularly in the b2b industry (so not too casual), but also captured imperfection. I also wanted to incorporate the idea of beauty and spirituality, since those are the two topics I most frequently write about. The pink butterfly covers both. It’s not your typical beauty icon but it works for me. The butterfly also has a subtle cross and also represents transformation, the new life every Christian experiences with Christ.
|Rock Your World: Dance & Social
Background: Created a logo to promote local elementary school dance that had a theme of “dance around the world.”
|Music by Liz
Background: Created a logo and business cards for musician providing voice and piano lessons to individuals. I used musical symbols to create the letters for MUSIC.
|Bjorke Family Reunion
Background: Created a logo based on the family’s Norwegian heritage and “wordle” for reunion t-shirts.
|Reaching Our World
Background: Created a logo for a special offering during the holidays at Springbrook Community Church.
|Rockin’ Thru the Decades: Dance & Social
Background: Created a logo to promote local elementary school dance that had a decades theme.
|Hair by Nicole
Background: Created a logo and business cards for a friend with two businesses out of her home for hairstyling and home care. Based avatar off her image from a photo.
Springbrook Community Church student ministry
Background: Created t-shirt logo for Springbrook youth trip to Ohio. Requested a design incorporating the state shape of Ohio, a smokestack billowing smoke (the MEAD paper plant is headquartered there and the smell was horrific) and the text.
Calvary Evangelical Free Church’s student ministry
Background: The church was looking for a hip logo that would emphasize the new direction of the organization to reach out to kids currently in the ministry who weren’t “activating” their faith. They wanted to play on the cell phone trend. I tied in the reception bars with the cross to emphasize being “fully activated” with Christ.