I partner with people who are—or want to become—passionate about what they are doing. I am always keen to meet startups, or established companies looking to communicate why they matter through branding including logo design and company naming. My clients are located around the globe and varied, but all share a belief that design can improve their business. I would love the opportunity to hear about your situation and goals, so let’s arrange a time to swap questions. If you happen to be in the Ottawa area, we can set a time to meet up.
The branding process should provide value far beyond the delivery of a symbol.
The creative process involves tangible actions juxtaposed with the intangible mystery of creativity. It often suffers under a linear approach and blossoms when you dare to ask ”why don’t we try . . .” It’s what makes something more than just an idea. It offers a result via the marriage of imagination, analysis, and action.
The monogram for Westboro Nursery School by idApostle appears in the newly published book Alphabet Logo by Counter-Print.
Part of a larger branding project, these tactile letterpress business cards with the new N45 Architecture logo are informed by the firms design aesthetic and attention to detail.
Don’t Call it That is an insightful, direct, and fun branding tool that delivers purpose for anyone involved in a company or product naming project.
The goal of branding is not to have everyone like the result. The goal is to have certain people love it.