Tag Archives: logo
CLIENT: Lonestar Airport Holdings LLC
MENIUM: Logo and Identity suite, responsive website with custom CMS: www.austinsouthterminal.com
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: Being in the design field, you have to accept that the work you do is mostly ephemeral. Websites get updated, products disappear from the market, businesses close up shop and your work disappears with them. It's a part of the job you have to accept, although it always hurts a little. So you have to understand that for me, this job is one of the most thrilling projects I've ever had the good fortune to be a part of. The South Terminal at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport opened to passengers last Thursday, and I was there for it, grinning like an…
CLIENT: Saving Face
MENIUM: Identity, Print, & Website
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: In a historic carriage house near downtown Austin, Ladyboss Brooke Nichol has been quietly dominating the botox game in Austin. Her philosophy is you that if you look good, you'll feel good, and you'll do good in the world. She is warm and beautiful, with a Mississippi drawl and manner makes you feel like you've known her for years. In our first meeting, we laughed as I told her the logo she'd been using since she opened reminded me of Truvy's hair salon in Steel Magnolias and while it did reflect her southern roots, it didn't covey the modern feel…
CLIENT: Austin Opportunity Youth Collaborative
MENIUM: Logo designed for multiple formats and backgrounds, both print and web
PROJECT DESCRIPTION: The AOYC focuses on community solutions that give disadvantaged young people a path to a better life. They help them connect to resources that will give them a shot to finish or expand their education, or find meaningful employment. These are kids that have not had an easy way in life thus far. Opportunity Youth means "young people ages 16-24 that are not connected to high school, higher education, or meaningful employment. The AOYC focuses on four priority populations: Parenting youth, Current or former foster youth, Court-involved youth, and Young men of color. They came to me with a logo…
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