Category: Work

  • Client Spotlight:

    This website was designed and built for, a company that provides resources, consultation and workshops to help clients learn about and improve their credit. This website uses WordPress as it’s CMS. Check them out if you are having credit troubles!  

  • Flash Friday: A Rejected Identity

    Happy beautiful Friday: it’s 75 degrees in February, surely can’t complain about that. Ending the week with some branding identity. The client didn’t end up going with this one, but I’m a fan of it, so I thought I would show it off anyway.

  • Logo Design for Berks Referral Group

    This logo was created for a new local referral group with two options for use. Stand alone or negative space version within the a vector of the County in which this group operates.

  • 2016, A Year in Review

    As the last few days of the year are winding down, it’s always a good time for some reflection on the past 12 months and the projects I’ve completed during them. Below are a few of my favorites: KSTG Website Website created for transportation company. Above Standard Tile Logo Development Sometimes the coolest projects you…

  • New Logo Development

    Another few months have gone by. I’ve been busy working on a few new projects, including a couple logo designs that I want to share today! First up, a brand new start-up company that creates awesome pieces of decorated metals. The client in this case knew pretty much exactly what they wanted. I just had…

  • Finally on Facebook!

    I cracked! I finally made a Facebook business page for AM Creative. If you sold your soul to our data mining overlords, please go “Like” my page! Everyone knows Facebook has a pretty epic design team. With the amount of money they bring in I wouldn’t expect any less. Speaking of likes,  whats new in…

  • The Triangle Wall

    A creative job can be a heck of a lot easier in a creative atmosphere. So, I decided to ditch the white walls and go for something unique. Here is my progress:   Welcome to my new office! Next thing is replacing the carpet…

  • The Makings of a Great Logo

    Read Full article here It’s a challenge many designers are faced with. How can I make a successful logo? Here are a good few questions to ask yourself when looking at a preliminary logo design: 1. What emotions does the logo evoke? Colors can play a big part in evoking emotional response. 2. What’s the meaning…

  • 29 Ways to Stay Creative

    Not a whole lot of hierarchy here, but otherwise some good advice. Sometimes we all hit a lull in creativity!   Inforgraphic Source