Painting Logo Design Case Study Steve, owner of Adix Painting in Phoenix, needed a new look that matched his unique approach as a contract painter: Steve believes in providing a full overall painting experience to his customers.
Reinvented Look for a Reinvented Company In all fairness, this rebranding project wasn’t launched simply for the sake of developing a fresh new look. This was about Foursquare trying to remain relevant with its competitors: Yelp!, Facebook, Google Local Search… I’ll touch…
Ron, owner of A&R Garage Doors, knew it was time to separate himself from the bottom feeders in his industry.
This logo design project didn’t pose many challenges in way of design, but more so in branding. Michael, owner of MJ Contracting, had grown accustom to his old logo, it wasn’t much to look at, but it worked for many…
Designing Vintage Logo Jesse, the owner of this cleaning company, was looking to begin marketing services to a unique demographic: churches in the metro Phoenix area.
Paul is the hard working owner of Paul’s Construction in Mesa, Arizona. Like many owner-operated construction companies, there is little time at the end of the day to focus on the company’s marketing direction.
This medical group in Mesa, AZ knew it was time for the practice to reach a new level. They felt that taking the next step would need to start with a professional brand image.
Established in Mesa, Arizona, Canyon View Window Cleaning was seeking to establish themselves in the east valley within the commercial market.
Dominic, owner of Supernova in Phoenix, was in need of a logo makeover but wasn’t looking to let go of his previous logo.
Chris was seeking to expand awareness of his auto upholstery shop among the Tempe and Phoenix area. His auto shop had always done well, he is well known among the auto industry for his custom work on high profile automobiles.
All Things Automated, LCC was ready to take on a new identity and change the company name to ATAmated.