One-stop marketing designed to be:
Headache-free & heart-centered
Less shot-in-the-dark, more bullseye
marketing, graphic design, & wordsmithery
I make it pretty.
I make it memorable.
When I found myself creating a full-service marketing agency with a whole team of people ready to market specifically for professional services firms, we of course needed a logo, branding, and website! You can find out how the name and design came about on the Jenesis blog.
I had the joy of creating a brand new website for my longtime client Park Pet Supply, updating to a more current and welcoming feel that matches the branding I'd been rolling out and a site that is more functional to the viewer.
New logo & branding, website, and social media for accounting & advisory firm.
Logo & branding, website, and business cards for Rebecca Barron Yoga Therapy
Website evaluation and refresh to be more legible and user-friendly, implementing more effective calls to action, as well as business card and social media graphic design.
Some of my favorite work I've ever done. Vintage ranger-style patch look where the red in the logo simultaneously represents a quality seal of approval feel and an old-school plumbing valve handle. Full branding, website, and social media graphics design.
Caroline first hired me a few years ago for her architectural firm branding and had me revamp it to what you see here - hand-drawn logo, lettering, & iconography; color scheme; business cards; etc. to include some specific shapes she loves and uses in her work, the centerline symbol out of her initials and isometric grid, even incorporating inspiration from one of her favorite painters. It was extra crucial that her branding fit her personality and approach to work and life to attract clients.
Logo update & ad design. Leigh was launching her new business and had a base logo to work from and two colors but needed something iconic and more memorable, plus an announcement graphic she could use in multiple ways.
Dogwood Forest thought they might be ready for a rebrand that felt more modern. I gave them a stained glass feel to represent their faith and fresh colors to evoke the nature they implement into their communities (now I sound like an HGTV narrator). In the end, they loved it but decided the timing just wasn't quite right. I'm still happy I got to create it, and I did create updated print collateral for them (next image)!
They weren't ready for the whole rebrand, but they were open to a color scheme and fonts update using their existing logo. They got a whole new pretty package of collateral to reinforce their mission of utmost care and compassion for seniors. I visited DF communities a few times and always left feeling so lifted up by staff and residents alike, so working with them has always made me feel good.
A brand new and different type of school in the East Atlanta area that focuses on nurturing kids holistically through freedom, choice, and creativity.
Postcard design for Kellita's one-woman performance at Atlanta Fringe Festival detailing her journey of healing and her other Atlanta tour shows.
Park Pet is a longtime client (and I'm their longtime customer!) - I create monthly ad campaigns for them that include print ads, FB covers, email marketing, in-store signage, + regular social media management.
No offense. I love you, but doing your own design work is usually not a good idea. Unless you're a designer. Sometimes not even then. It's hard to be objective about your own stuff because you're too close.
A strategically-crafted logo, site, or flyer with incredible design (versus something on VistaPrint or hired on the cheap through Fiverr - don't get me started) can make the difference between one new client and a lot of new clients.
Because, see, my design isn't just design. There's intentional strategy behind the good looks.
I offer design with my marketing services and also offer a la carte design, such as:
Website design (WordPress and other platforms)
Branding identity packages
Presentations (which often get turned into online video courses)