By honing in on each’s unique personality and voice, I translate clients’ missions from static to dynamic and create branding that refuses to go unnoticed. Take a gander at a few of my longtime clients to see my work in action:
The Founding Moms
The Founding Moms® is a collective of offline meetups and online resources where mom entrepreneurs can exchange, connect and learn from one another. I’ve been working with Jill Salzman, the owner, since 2007 and have helped develop and evolve The Founding Moms’ brand through the years.
In 2013, Forbes named The Founding Moms’ site one of the Top 10 Websites for Women Entrepreneurs and in October of 2014, The Founding Moms had its first ever conference, which I had the pleasure of outfitting with Jill and I’s well-developed branding:
Do I even have to say it? The comments would not stop coming in about the design all day long. From everyone. And then when I returned to work at my coworking space, a well-known graphic designer told me he is astounded by the unique design we have going on for FM. SO PROUD to be working with you. – Jill Salzman
The feelings are mutual, Jill.
Seattle Coffee Works
Seattle Coffee Works is a little roasting operation right next to Pike Place Market, in the heart of the world’s coffee capital, Seattle. It is a place to experience and experiment with coffee in its richly diverse forms and varieties. It has been featured on the Travel Channel’s Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and named one of the country’s best coffee shops by Thrillist in 2014.
I’ve been working with Sebastian Simsch, the owner of SCW, since 2009 and have helped this mighty little shop’s branding grow from it’s roots in a corner of a t-shirt shop on Pike Street to it’s now two, full-fledged storefront locations, one located feet from Pike Place Market and the other, SCW’s sister store, Ballard Coffee Works, located in the quaint neighborhood of Ballard.