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Brands We Love: Nancy’s Yogurt

When I see Nancy’s Yogurt handily stocked in the refrigerated section of my local market, I get that (cool) fuzzy feeling. When I was a small child, Nancy’s was a regular in my parent’s fridge. An increased interest in health in my 30s earned Nancy’s a front row spot in my own. It’s a brand I know and trust, and I am truly a loyal customer...read more

Crackerjacks Logo & Diecut Business Cards

Crackerjacks specifically wanted their logo to represent the sign that has lighted the corner of 28th and NW Thurman, outside the Pub, since 1982. Steering from popular design rules, this logo was intentionally made to look classic and "rough and tumble," illustrating the scrappy, trusty, neighborhood dive persona of the establishment. V.2 V.1   I created these diecut business cards to fit in the perimeter of a standard business card so that they will work with ...

PDX Strength Postcard

A mailer for PDX Strength members to send to their friends & family, stamp included. Photo is Niles, a coach a the gym. Final product rounded corners, card stock  

Ski Ashland for Green Springs Inn

I designed these T-shirts for Green Springs Inn, promoting both this business and and tourism in Ashland, Oregon.

The Point Food Photos

Featured on The Point website pending menu changes. Mouth watering? Get down there!  

The Point Burien Website

A custom Wordpress website for The Point Burien. Features custom animations, sports schedule, Slider Revolution touch-enabled photo gallery, blog roll, jump links, contact form, maps, custom landing page, scrolling navigation and more.

The Bridge Seattle Website

Custom Wordpress website for The Bridge Seattle.

When to Upgrade from Homemade

“Wow, your sauce is so delicious!” You hear this all the time, it’s what makes you tick. You were able to turn what was once a secret family recipe into a legitimate business. Armed with a great product, a homemade logo and pieced-together packaging, you started small and rose to the top at your local farmers market. Now, you’ve reached a plateau with a relishing view of approaching possibilities. Exciting as it is, this might also feel a little daunting--you have grown too big ...