Do you need creative help with marketing and communications, but hiring a full-time designer seems like overkill and contracting with an expensive agency is out of reach?
A freelance designer might be the perfect fit!
If you’ve ever spent time around kids, you've witnessed the power of a logo. Even before they can read, young children will recognize the logos of their favorite brands and light up when they see a product with that logo on a store shelf.
Logos might look simple, but they’re extraordinarily powerful. They play a crucial role in establishing and maintaining your company's brand and making your products or services instantly recognizable to your audience.
So when you need a logo for your startup business or a makeover for an outdated logo, you might wonder — where do I start?
I began my graphic design career in print, creating brochures, newspaper and magazine ads, stationery, book covers, signs, and more. I later switched to web design and eventually decided I was happiest doing both. After 20 years as a print and web designer, I’ve learned a lot about their differences.