Brochures / Flyers

 

Dermatology Center Of The Rockies

Blue River Forestry & Tree Care

Graham’s Flooring and Design

Sacred Wind Photography


I created the logo for Sacred Wind Photography; Brent also needed a rack card to hand out to potential clients. We used three of his best pictures for the front. I kept the text minimal and used plenty of white space so the pictures would take center stage.


 

PrintExperts Marketing Collateral


After joining forces with PrintExperts I created all new marketing collateral for them. For the general brochure we wanted to stress that PrintExperts offers design, print, and mailing solutions for local businesses. We used a lot of language around being “partners” with their clients in order to stress the value of having a long-term relationship with a local printer. Inside the brochure we listed the types of printing available grouped within categories vs just listing everything they can print–this was done so that the reader could make the association of print being for trade shows, for mailings, for stationery, for wedding etc…The brochure about brochures and the postcard about postcards was intended to be a tool PrintExperts gives their clients to help them with their marketing efforts.


 

Dance To Be Free


These are a few of the many pieces I’ve helped Lucy from Dance To Be Free with. I’ve enjoyed helping her with such a great cause.


 

Milestone Real Estate

Wild Plum Center

K&V Estate


K & V Estates is a company run by two women who do a variety of services ranging from home staging for re-sale, estate sales, and antique appraisal. They needed a brochure to give out at a holiday home show they were featured in over the holidays. They also wanted to be able to use the same brochure to have on display in Attorneys’ and Realestate offices they work with to pass on to their shared clients.

They had the logo already designed so I chose the color palate to coordinate with their logo. I created a secondary logo with their names to compliment their existing logo. The illustrations were to give the brochure a less corporate and more home-y feel.


 

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