Random facts about me: * My favorite color is turquoise. * My second favorite color is turquoise.
You've probably seen tons of amazing logos. For example, Nike, Coke-a-cola, McDonald's, Lexus, Facebook, Starbucks, Apple, AT&T, the list goes on and on. What do all of these companies have in common? For starters, they are all super successful. Their tailored and evolving business plans, along with teams of research marketers, and in-house designers aside, all... Continue Reading →
A picture is worth a thousand words. We have all heard this, but in the days of social media, that number could be instrumentally higher and easily be in the ball park of hundreds of thousands. A relevant, aesthetically pleasing, time sensitive, perfectly designed social media graphic shared in the right platform, could skyrocket that... Continue Reading →
It always starts with an idea and a passion for practicing an art or skill. Meagan Herigstad is no different. A military spouse, looking to pursue a passion that travels with her, where ever the anchor may drop. Meagan is an amateur photographer living in the San Diego area. She is a NAVY military spouse,... Continue Reading →
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Things you should always do before, during and after any assignment. It might take more time, but it will save you in the long run. 1) Make sure you have all of the files you need first off. This could include a style guide, hex # colors, images, copy, logos, and any additional information before... Continue Reading →
For any San Diegan looking to stretch their wings, here is your chance. There are plenty of options to do it. Maybe it's getting your pilot's license, just maintaining currency, or taking a scenic tour of our beautiful coastline, Southern Cross Aviation does it all. Here is the brochure designed by me, and the link to... Continue Reading →
I love seeing my work in print. Every designer invisions their how their work would look in real life. But, not every design actualy gets printed. Some designs are for digital purposes only, and may never see a silk screen or embroidery machine. Oh what a feeling.