As part of my activities as a graphic designer, over the years I have designed logos
and business cards for clients. This page presents representative examples of my work.
Advanced Network & Enterprise Solutions
Here are the logo and business card that I developed for Advanced Network & Enterprise Solutions.
They wanted a logo that emphasized their business: networking. What I eventually devised
was a melding of their company name with a network interconnection diagram. The logo was
slightly modified for the matching business card, since it had a white background. Shading
was used to emphasize the commonality of "nodes" on the diagram. They were very happy with
Green Mountain Tactical
Green Mountain Tactical was a retailer of outdoor gear, aimed at the military, police, and
civilian outdoorsmen market. For the logo, I took the outline of a sergeant's chevrons and
rearranged them to suggest mountains. The addition of a rifle scope reticle was the
Outdoor Adworks was a division of a printing company, Great Big Color, located in Denver,
Colorado. They did large format printing for the transit industry, as in the large
signs you sometimes see on the side of buses. For the logo I created the outline of
a bus shelter and added a fading strip to suggest motion.
Poudre Outdoor Gear
Poudre Outdoor Gear sold camping equipment and the like, and was located in northern
Colorado. They took their name from the Cache la Poudre river that runs through the
state. For the logo, I elected to create a wide, sweeping arc that suggests a stylized
river together with their company name, which fit quite naturally against the arc.
Here is the business card that I designed for our veternarian when I resided in the
mountains of northern Colorado. It was a rural and rustic place, so I wanted to
create something that reflected that. The Native American dream catcher captured
this idea perfectly.
marvl.net, professional website services
Here is the business card that I designed for myself.
Franklin, Adams, Henry & Bartlett, P.C.
This is a logo I did for the website of a law firm. Essentially, it is
a compass rose with the last name initial of each of the 4 partners
substituting for the NESW found on a compass.