CONTACT DesignMarks.biz for innovative branding and identity.
DisclaimerPlease note that the views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views of the blog owner DesignMarks.biz. The ruminations, and opinions expressed in this blog, and in any blog articles hereto before, or hereafter published, are solely those of each of the authors. They are not approved by, reflective of, or edited by the institutions of which I am affiliated, nor by persons affiliated thereof. This blog is an expression by the author(s) to generate discussion, awareness, and interest in the marketing, branding, advertising, and creative services process, and the search for knowledge in these areas. Any republication, or quotation of the expressions made herein by the author(s) is strictly prohibited without written permission of said author(s).
Lewis R. Elin
Lewis R. Elin Consulting
Bruce Glassner Creative Services
George S. Pavlik, Attorney
Husch Blackwell LLP
Powell Photography, Inc.
Better Life Systems
- Nate will be displaying several of his Lincoln Park series paintings @ Creative Coworking in Evanston, 922 Davis St… twitter.com/i/web/status/8… 2 months ago
- © 1963-2016 by DesignMarks Corporation. All rights reserved. No part of this document (images, photos, illustrations, and text contained on this website) may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of DesignMarks Corporation.
Monthly Archives: May 2013
Jim Leonardson commented: Another possible interpretation is that he doesn’t know the difference between a logo, an identity, a brand, or a trademark, or the value of them. Also if he keeps getting design work for free from … Continue reading
Every so often as I go to the web looking for a particular font, I am reminded of a question that I was asked years ago: “How many typefaces do you use on a regular basis?” At the time I … Continue reading
Jim Leonardson commented: Some points I would like to make—pro bono comes from the legal term pro bono publico, “for the public good”. An attorney defending a client pro bono if their civil rights have been violated is in effect, … Continue reading
Before you develop a website you should determine: 1) why you need a website, 2) what product, service, or message you want to sell, and 3) who is your target market. Once you have made these determinations you need to … Continue reading
Our firm developed a pro-bono logo for a client. He was unhappy with it and said that he wouldn’t use it because it was identical to another company’s logo – we researched it – it wasn’t. We asked that the … Continue reading
A few weeks after we delivered the pro-bono logo to the client he called us asking if we would add a tag line to the logo. The addition didn’t seem to be too complicated, so we added the text. Two … Continue reading