I will be easy to reach, provide you with multiple options at every stage of the design process, and do my best work on your project. These are my promises to every client.

Logo Design Portfolio

Select a project to see details below:

Making Moves Movers - Moving & Storage

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City:

Englewood, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

We've had tremendously positive feedback on this logo design. Click image at left to see before/after.

Cha Tao Tea - Tea Store

City:

Fort Collins, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

We incorporated many elements into this logo. It could easily have been overly-complex, but I kept it appealing.

Cherry Creek Tailor & Alterations

City:

Cherry Creek, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

The clean lines and classiness of this logo design.

Star Spray - Fire Hose Nozzles

City:

Denver, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

This logo is relaxing, organic and easy to "digest." The rounded star is the shape of their fire hose nozzle technology.

Fatma Saribal - Exquisite Manicuring & Pedicuring

City:

Glendale, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

Fatma is my aunt. She loves orchids. I love her. So she got an orchid logo design.

Saridea - Inspired Engineering

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City:

Denver, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

Ever analyzed an engineering logo? Boring and conservative. I splashed Saridea's logo design with a bit of inspiration.Click image at left to see before/after.

Gary's Auto Service & Repair

City:

Denver, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

The hand and wrench allude to a famous statue (really subtle hint: Ellis Island).

Image Electric Corp. - High-end electrical

City:

Denver, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

I conveyed warmth and approachability with comforting colors, and dependability with an old-style font.

Luxury Master - Engineer Yourself

City:

Broomfield, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

The client had a clear idea of what he wanted, and I brought it to life. He was delighted with the result.

Paint Horse - Home Painting

City:

Miami, Florida

What I'm proud of:

A dramatic design. I love it.

Iron Hammer Ornamental - Custom Iron Products

City:

Aurora, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

The three-dimensional anvil. That was fun to illustrate.

Bar Bucks

City:

Denver, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

They needed a logo ASAP. This was the fastest logo design in history.

A2Z Corp - Quality Hobby Products

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City:

Englewood, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

Client requested that I make no major changes when I updated this logo. I successfully modernized it within those guidelines. Click image at left to see before/after.

Indoor Model Supply

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City:

Englewood, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

I liked the original logo—the shimmery colors, the transparency. It just needed fixing up with some good ol design principles. Click image at left to see before/after.

Peck-Polymers - Quality Kits in Orange Boxes

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City:

Englewood, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

I built Peck-Polymer rubber band airplanes when I was a kid! It was an honor to work with this company. The "Peck Polymers" font and color are well-known in the indoor flight industry, and a great example of solid brand equity, so I didn't change much there. But take a look at what I did change.... Click image at left to see before/after.

Tru-Weight - Indoor Balsa

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City:

Englewood, Colorado

What I'm proud of:

Everything about this logo. The feather & scale were in the original logo—but take a look at how I updated it! Click image at left to see before/after.

FAQ

How much do you charge for logo design & development?

Generally between $400 and $2,000.

Some logos are simple and elegant, quicker to design (like the panther I designed for these Denver CO Movers). On the other hand, a heavily-branded character like Erin eSurance takes significantly longer—and will cost more—to design.

What programs do you use to design logos?

Photoshop for design mockups, Illustrator for developing the finished product.

My last designer didn't get along with the print shop. Are you friendly?

I sure am! Don't worry, your print shop will like me. I'll even deal with them personally for you.

________ quoted me $x. Why is your quote higher?

A wonderful question. Some straightforward answers:

  • ________ is a student fresh out of college, trying to build a portfolio. Unfortunately, they don't teach business etiquette in design school. With the lower price comes a greater risk. You'll likely find yourself dealing with inconsistent communication, haphazard design methodology, and even an unfinished product. By contrast, I am an experienced logo design professional.
  • ________ is your friend's cousin's son in high school. He designs logos as a hobby, and comes highly recommended. Firstly, good design takes study. I have studied. Secondly... Hey, he's also good with a Dremel. Maybe he'll quote you on some dental work. You can save a few bucks. :)

In the logo design world, you get what you pay for.
Together, we will create a logo design which conveys professionalism and is aesthetically pleasing to your target markets. I am confident that I will deliver the beautiful logo you envisioned.

You can reach me via contact form at any time for more information. Or, please feel free to call or text me 24/7 at 720.998.2966. I'll respond during normal business hours.

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