Branding & Logo Design

Your business’s visual manifestation and representation. It’s the first and most important visual for your business.

A brand encompasses all the ways it’s communicated. Logos are the face of the brand/business since you cannot be everywhere all the time. As the brand’s major graphical representation, a logo anchors a company’s personality and mission and becomes the single most visible manifestation of the company within the target market.

Marketing Design

Marketing & advertising, events & trade shows, infographics, desktop publishing, and printing services

Design is present everywhere — newspaper, magazines, packaging, branding, websites, posters, books, and signage. It gives your business another visual representation. Just by looking at it you have a feeling and mental position in mind for the product or service. Good design matters.

Trade Shows & Events

From the event logo to way-finding signage and from large entrance units and hanging aisle marker, branding your event in a big way doesn’t mean a bank-breaking budget. Steps, floors, railings, windows, any surface in your venue can deliver your message and theme.

WHAT’S HOLDING YOUR BUSINESS BACK?

Upscale or Upgrade?

At Odds

Business owners are emotionally and financially attached to their business and its products and services. Often, they confess that the business’s visual representation(s) of the brand is at odds with how they feel about their own business. Or, the logo and supporting visuals don’t match how the consumers feel about the business. They don’t represent the business well. They need a facelift.

Next Level

The neighbor’s daughter’s son’s visual representation(s) may be fine for the starter mom-and-pop business, but, as the business grows, it outgrows the original designs and branding (if there ever was one). Jumping from mom-and-pop business to the next level, also means bringing the business’s visual representations and branding strategy to the next level too.

Overhaul

Sometimes, businesses have to restart from scratch. For example, poor employee attitudes may have affected customer service and turned business away as a result. Over time, recovering proves challenging. A business can do a complete overhaul, bringing those former customers back, and even bringing new ones. With counseling, education, and a rebirth of enthusiasm, and visual design the rebranding conversation can start.

We so appreciate the God-given talent of Rhonda! She met with us, asked the right questions and immediately understood our needs and the direction we wanted to go with our theme, logo and future. The connection with Rhonda was amazing and we look forward to her vision and genuine care for others! We are already spreading the word about Fat Dog Creatives!

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Charlene Slavens
Charlene SlavensWomen’s Ministry DirectorMt. Tahoma Baptist Church

Rhonda is an extremely talented and creative designer. She is always able to capture the vision of her clients. I would highly recommend her services without hesitation.

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Joe Zeinner
Joe ZeinnerProfessional Marketing and Technical Editor