Faith makes all things possible, Hope makes all things work, Love makes all things beautiful, May you experience all 3 this Christmas. Merry Christmas from my family to yours. always with love, ~ Noami
We made it to the half way point of the #100dayartchallenge! YEAH! Have you been challenged? This have been a challenging experience for me. The first day of the challenges was to be an art experience at the Botanical Gardens. It was a dramatic day, I had to lay my 11yr old cat “Ali” to rest…..2 weeks later I had to lay my 14yr old car to rest….YES, challenging. I did have the opportunity to visit Hammond’s Candy for some… Read more »
I wanted to take this opportunity to Thank You for supporting onejdesigns and Celebration Of Children. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for your loyalty. You are a valued client of this company. I can’t imagine working without you. The difference you make is nothing short of amazing .God bless you for the support, honesty, and words of encouragement. From myself and everyone at onejdesigns, HAVE A HAPPY THANKSGIVING.
Monday Makeover: Photo makeover Design Wish: make photos for ETSY shop more appealing Client: Myself Challenge: Update photos for ETSY shop Maintaining an beautiful ETSY shop is critical for sales. Today, images are brighter and cleaner. I challenged myself this year, to redo the images for my shop that is appropriate for today. I changed the card stock and image size to cover the entire card. The original card was printed on a cream card stock, which changed the color… Read more »
Happy New Year! This Spring will mark 7 years that onejdesigns has been in business. I started onejdesigns as an outlet to create graphic design that I really liked, in other words, I wanted creative freedom. I’ve gotten so much more out of it than that. Over the years I began to learn more about marketing through email and social media. The importance of a strong brand identity, as well as, developing my own personal brand. I am so thankful… Read more »
HELLO EVERYONE To my colleagues: I just wanted to take a moment and give a very special thanks to you for all the support. It is a joy for me to work with such dedicated and talented colleagues. Your drives continually motivates me and at times, becomes the push I so need. To my clients: Thank you for trusting us to be your source for quality design and inspiration. We appreciate your kind expressions of appreciation, and are especially grateful… Read more »
Monday Makeover: Re-Brand Re-Design: Update a flyer and create a postcard, email campaign and facebook cover Client: Tanielle Lingerie Challenge: Re-Brand the marketing material in both print and digital. Last Christmas (2012), I get a call from my mom asking if I would take a look a flyer her niece, my cousin, had created for her lingerie company and if I could help in anyway. OMG! OMG! OMG! This flyer ranks up in the top 10 worst flyers I have… Read more »
Monday Makeover: Logo/Brand design Re-Design: Update the logo with a sophisticated look. Client: The Speakout Challenge: Attempt to change the identity of the brand. As a freelance graphic designer, you encounter clients who for whatever reason, will not follow through with the designs you come up with, it just happens. Today’s Monday Makeover is about re-designing a logo that would re-brand the events company. original The Speakout logo The client wanted to refresh their logo to be more sophisticated. The… Read more »
It’s Throwback Thursday! This was one of my favorite class projects from 2006 Assignment: Come up with a Brand Name, Logo & Package Design. Software: Adobe Illustrator for the packaging layout (template), logo and labels.
Monday Makeover: onejdesigns brand Re-Design: separate onejdesigns brand from The True Colors Collection brand. Client: myself – onejdesigns Challenge: Create two separate brand identities. ( PART 2 ) Last month I shared how The True Colors Collection now has its own brand apart from onejdesigns. I made the decision to (re)brand onejdesigns when my website needed to be updated. I used Adobe Kuler to create the color palette I wanted. From there, I identified all the elements and fonts I… Read more »