I’m one of those crazy logo design nerds who geeks out about a good quality logo when I’m out in public. When I see a great logo, I’m more likely to try a product or service. I’ve even been known to choose a restaurant or coffee shop based on the logo. I’m a weirdo like that.
I bring this same passion for quality, affordable Logo Design to my business from home clients.
I love developing logos for work from home moms, small businesses, organizations, and ministries. You can see some recent samples of my logo design work below.
As a logo designer, I believe that a logo needs to look good on more than your designer’s computer screen and in their portfolio. A good quality logo should look good in whatever format you, the client, plan to use it in.
A good logo design should speak to your customers, and not just to my own personal aesthetic.
I believe if a logo doesn’t work well in black and white, it’s not going to work well once we start adding color and texture.
My Logo Design Services
I incorporate this philosophy when I sit down to create your brand identity too. If you are in need of a logo for your small business or organization, I’d love to discuss the project with you. Let me know.
You’re probably realizing how hard it is to find an affordable logo design that looks great. Finding a handmade logo that can work on all of your platforms is rare. Unique Handmade Logo Designs I craft unique handmade logo designs for solopreneurs, creatives, and small businesses like yours. I convert each of my designs to […]
In posts, I’ve written on my logo design process and how I create graphics and illustrations, I’ve mentioned Vector Artwork or Vector Graphics a few times. Part of the process of creating a logo or other illustrations is creating vector artwork from the drawings. But what is Vector Artwork? How does Vector Artwork? And what […]
Esther (aka the Merry Hairmother) asked me to design her a logo with just her name and a graphic with a conductor’s baton, stars, and a swoosh. She wanted a logo that could be used for her different ventures (selling Lila Rose hair clips as well as teaching music). She had already picked out a […]
When we talk about logo design, sometimes the words “logos”, “Identity”, and “brand” or “branding” are all used interchangeably. They all do deal with the same basic topic but there are differences between these three things. What is a Logo? A logo is a mark that identifies a brand at first glance. We all know […]
When I am hired to do a logo design for a client, I usually follow a specific logo design process. Questions This process starts with talking to the client, asking questions, and finding out more about what they are looking for. I ask questions like What do you want this logo to do for you? […]
My professor in college was right. The sad thing is, it took me about twenty years or so to really grasp how right he was. Funny how that works. This is partly why I’m not upset that my kids are all working for a bit before going to college. You need some reality under your […]
I recently developed a logo for a friend with a small home business. She had originally gone to one of those “Get your logo in 24 hours for just $19.95” places originally, because of the price. As a logo designer, I just love those. Not. I mean, I get the idea. I’ve been in a […]
I’ve mentioned before that, when you pay for a logo design (or any design really), you’re not buying a “thing”. You’re paying for much more than the files you’ll be handed at the end of the process. Obviously, I do logo design, and I’d love to talk with you more about how I might help […]
I am something of a logo design and typography geek. I have been known to message companies on social media to tell them how much I enjoy their new logo redesigns, among other things. A great logo design pleases me. I had a professor in college that used to say that if a logo didn’t […]
I recently created this series of logos for the owner of a group of Veterinary hospitals in the Midwest. The owner wanted to keep these logos looking “similar, yet unique”, and they were to be used not only on the usual media (business cards, print ads, websites) but also on the sign in front of […]
This logo for a goat farm needed to be easily printed on labels for goat’s milk products, as well as used in social media. The client already had a logo that was done years ago. She didn’t want to stray too far from the original design, but she did want it updated and designed in […]