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A past client came to me with a logo design job for a new project he is doing legal work for.
Secured Futures is an endeavor created by Bill Berg, a financial planner. He has a special needs child and he is now specializing in special needs financial planning.
I started with the concept and tried to work in a family as well as the Iowa flag in the icon.
I refined the curves of the illustration and dropped the Iowa flag theme to make it friendlier to match the website design.
The client loved it. I will update this post with the site design and a link once it goes live.
Update: Their developer finished the website. Check it out at securedfuturesia.com
This is a campaign that I worked on with the GIADC Creative Campaign team. The creative was developed by me and Hayley Peterson and led by Brian Tallman. I designed the digital/animated ads and Hayley designed the print ads. I also designed the logo because the client didn't have a consistent one. I based it off the look of their building and used neon letters because the locals know them by their neon sign.
This is a campaign that I worked on with the GIADC Creative Campaign team. The creative was developed by me and Ben Patin and led by Brian Tallman. I designed the digital/animated ads and Ben designed the print ads. I also designed the logo.
For a recent campaign at work I designed a logo for an Open House Weekend that will be used on print, digital, landing page, HTML5 ads, and an email blast. Me and my partner Katie were inspired by some design styles from the Portland, Oregon area that this is for. We used some evergreen trees, birds, woodgrain and some unique filters on the photography. Check out the animated ad at the link below!
This is a campaign that I worked on with the GIADC Creative Campaign team. The creative was developed by me and Jon Kytola and led by Brian Tallman. I created the animated ads and Jon made the print ads.
For my latest Fiverr gig I did a logo for Blake Anderson with RXA Technology who just launched Basehuddle Beta. If you ever have business meetings you should check out their site and sign up for free.
RXA Technology is proud to announce Base 3 – a one-night entrepreneurial speaking event featuring Dan Wubbena, Crowd Funding Expert, Karla Santi, Creative Director and Partner at Blend Interactive, and Lance Morgan, CEO Ho Chunk, Inc. The event will take place on October 1. Tickets are free and available at rxatechnology.com/base3.
Launch Week, a week full of entrepreneurship events in the Siouxland area, will take place between September 30Day hosted by Sioux City Go on September 30. Coworking will follow and Wire Me Awake will be the final event taking place on Wednesday and Thursday.
Springboard Coworking is located on the 2nd floor of the Stifel Nicolaus building at 700 4th Street. The workspace has 11 desks spread over 1,466 sq. feet. Each desk is available for rent on a monthly or contract basis. Each full-time desk is outfitted with a chair and a two-drawer filing cabinet that locks. RXA Technology and Springboard Coworking are teaming up to put on the Base 3 event with hopes to ignite the startup community in Sioux City. Sean Richardson, the co-founder of RXA says, “The startup movement in Sioux City is really starting to pick up. Organizations such as Creative Fire, Sioux City Chamber, Sioux City Go, and the City of Sioux City are at the forefront of this movement. There are many entrepreneurial events in Siouxland, such as Swimming with the Sharks, Biz Brew, Innovation Market and Wire Me Awake, but I can see many more popping up.”
Co Founder of RXA Technology and junior at Morningside College Blake Anderson added, “Sioux City has been such a giving community. Being from California and not from the area, I have been blessed to meet great supportive people. A strong entrepreneurial community is beginning to form in Sioux City. I am proud to say I am a part of this movement.”
I created this logo for Chris with Rockstar Satellite. He hosts a couple radio shows at his DIRECTV ZONE store at Merle Hay Mall and this logo was created for one of the possible shows. It hasn't been used yet, but I wanted to share it anyways. The only thing I would improve on now would be the eyeball/baseball. The idea behind this is based on the name Ump's Eye View. The eyeball represents the ump's eye looking across the baseball diamond. I think either of the two color options can work. Let me know what you think in the comments.
Introducing the first place winner of Startup Weekend Spencer, Push Loyalty. RXA Technology invited me to join their team for another Startup Weekend. We worked all weekend on this idea and got version 1 designed and built. I worked on the brand and graphics for the presentation. I also worked closely with the developers to create a color scheme and app icons.