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Has anyone told you that designing for someone is easier then designing for yourself?  Well if they have not, it is.  Trying to pin point down what you want to convey, what style you want to present is not an easy task.  I have been through countless ideas and colors and everything in between. 

Branding is a very important part of anyone's business.  It defines who you are and how you want to be presented to your collegues and clients.  That is why it is very important to higher someone you trust that will get your angle.  But do not be discouraged if it takes time.  Creating a brand for someone is a process.  Some people are very successful of getting their clients over night and others, it just may take some time.  But it is well worth it in the end.  Plus I think it's fun in the idea of getting to know your client.  You build lasting relationships for years to come. 

Oh, and any post is no fun without a pic.  This is a logo design that I did for a client out of the "logo's for sale".  I was really excited with what we came up with.

 Stephanie of Stephanie Dawn Photography purchased a "logo for sale" and we tweaked to her needs.  Once I get her website, etc I'll post so you can check her out.


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Reader Comments (2)

I love the new look! Very fresh:-) Of course you know I'm a big fan of everything you do! So when are we gonna get together and do some maternity?? ;-)
November 24, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterheather
Love your new branding. Congrats on finally figuring out what you want...

Love the new logo you designed for Stephanie also...
November 25, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterChell

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