In the area of graphic design, there is no shortage of options. A quick google search will show you that there are individual graphic designers, design agencies, and online services that will land you anything from a budget designer, to high end design professionals.
With all these different options, it can be intimidating to figure out which graphic designer is best for you and your project. I’m going to help you out and tell you what kind of clients I work with, and why you might be one of them.
Rise Up Training
I got to help Rise up training from the very beginning, before the business was up and running. The owner, Brandon, had the idea for the name and logo, but he didn’t have the tools to bring it to life. I put pen to paper and had the logo designed pretty quickly.
What was supposed to be just a logo became a branding project, because we decided they needed the logo to have different elements for merchandise and incorporation into the website. Once we had all the visual identity pieces, colors, and fonts, we jumped into a full website project. Being a one stop shop, I was able to give Rise Up Training the full branding & website experience. If you're just getting started with your business, and not sure how to create a logo, or any of the other visual identity pieces, let me help
Retro Vinyl Records
Retro Vinyl Records was one of my first customers in Chattanooga to inquire about my graphic design services, that wasn’t a friend or family member. After finding me through Instagram, he decided that my graphic design style matched his vision.
Retro Vinyl is a cool shop inside an antique mall, He had already established a “retro” identity, but he didn’t have any visual branding pieces to support it. He was looking for something that would look great as a stand-alone logo, but that he could also take and put it on merchandise like hats and t-shirts.
Together we came up with one of my favorite logos to date, and I love seeing the hats with the logo on it every time I stop by his shop. If you have an existing business and established identity, but don’t have a logo or branding pieces to support it, that's where I can help.
The project for Chadron Lock was a surprise from someone I knew in my college days. Her husband owns a lock and key business whose logo was very outdated. She wanted to surprise him with a new logo for his business, by having it embroidered on a jacket and giving it to him as a Christmas present. This project was interesting because we had to think like him, since we couldn’t really get his input, and we were able to knock the logo out of the park and keep it a surprise!!
We knew we needed to start from scratch on this design. We knew it needed to look good embroidered on a jacket, but also translate to a wrap on his business trucks. Using my branding package, we were able to come up with the Icon that looked great embroidered on the front of a jacket, that easily showed what the business does. While having the full logo with the contact info and name of the business for the truck wrap.
As you can see, JW Creates has the tools and options to work with a variety of businesses and individuals for your custom logo and branding needs. Whether you are starting from scratch, or are finally ready to rebrand, I'd love to set up a time to hear about how we can partner to create the best result for your business.
If any of these scenarios sound like you, or you are curious and want more info, use the contact form below to get started!