Logos and Graphics

Why Have a Logo?

How people see you matters. Your well designed logo will build trust. People will be more likely to interact with your business or organization. Shape your image and have the advantage over your competition. Just think of the McDonald’s golden arches or the Nike swoosh. Both are easily recognizable by people without any text explaining what they represent.

Your new logos and graphics will help you to create a unified image for your brand. Your vector and high-resolution files can be used on everything from business cards to billboards, the web, on promotional materials, and on merchandise.

Logo Redrawing

Already have a logo? We offer a logo redrawing service that can trace an old, small, or, blurry logo image into a higher quality vector image. Vector images can be scaled and resized and will remain smooth. Allowing you to print things as small as business cards or as large as billboards without losing the sharp defined edges or intricate details of your logo.

Examples of Our Work

American Council of the Blind of Indiana

ACBI came to us looking for a new site design and an updated logo. The site itself is themed around the colors of the Indiana flag, and was designed with a clean modern layout with an easy to read typography.

The figure walking with a white cane through the outline of Indiana shows that the organization covers all of Indiana and represents its blind residents.

Visit acb-indiana.org.

Legend Oldies Radio

Legend Oldies needed a site update and refresh, as well as a new logo.

The logo ties all parts of Legend Oldies together into one. The font was chosen to resemble signs and advertising used in the 50s and 60s. The globe represents the world wide reach of the station, reminiscent of the chrome trim often seen on older jukeboxes. The radio microphone ties everything together.

Visit legendoldies.com.

Legend Oldies Radio Podcasts

Legend Oldies Radio has three podcasts:

  • All Things Radio
  • Wednesday Coffee Club
  • Sports Lounge Live

Podcast logos were designed for all three.