Ten Facebook Pages You Need to Stop Sharing From

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A friend of mine shared an eyebrow-raising article on Facebook. The linked story was along the lines of “private planes stolen by terrorists in the Middle East, and an attack is imminent”. The sensible people among his friends good-naturedly mocked him. They ribbed him about how ridiculous the prediction was. And all you had to do was consider the source.

My friend had shared the story

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Event Graphics: Cocoa with Santa

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Cocoa with Santa: 1200x1200px social graphic

I’m part of a fundraising group in my neighborhood. We’re raising money to get a better playground put it at a local park. My role in this group, along with general planning, has been as visual designer.

The group is called Bridgeway Play. I created the name, and designed the logo and website. I’ve also created a variety of

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MicroTrek Logo Concept Variations

MicroTrek logo revisions round one
MicroTrek logo revisions round one

On Tuesday, I shared the initial three logo concepts I designed for MicroTrek, a firm that does microbe analysis. Today, my client responded with a lot of helpful feedback.

Here is my set of logo concept variations for concept 1, based on his reply. He called the yeast cells “bugs”, which is adorable.

This is the email I sent to my client, with the above image attached. As always, I

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Logo Concepts and Engaging Your Client

Logo Concepts for MicroTrek
Logo Concepts for MicroTrek

MicroTrek, Inc. is a new biotech company that offers high quality microbial analysis of food and beverage samples. They have contracted with me to create branding and a website for them.

Part of my scope of work is the create three logo concepts for them. They asked for imagery which looks like yeast cells.

Setting Up Client Sign-Off

By writing a useful introduction that describes the design choices you make.

Here is part of my email presenting the concepts to my client. One of our jobs as designers

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