These are my thoughts on
making logos, apps, and websites.

 

For the past eight years, I've  been designing logos, apps, and everything in between. Along the way I've learned a thing or two...or twelve. These guides aren't step-by-step instructions à la microwave dinner, rather, they explain my approach and help you understand the process. If you have any questions I'd love to hear from you

 


How to make a logo without driving yourself crazy

This guide is for people who need a logo for their organization/app/event/whatever and kiiinda know what they want – but not really. Keep reading...

 

How to choose your desired perceptions when making a logo

"Should we make the logo red or blue? What font should we use?" These questions (and others like them) will arise in the logo design process. But don’t worry, answering these questions is easy once you determine exactly how you want people to perceive you. Keep reading...

 

7 things you should know before getting a new logo

This guide is to help set expectations for people who are about to spend time, money and effort having a logo made for them. Keep reading...

 

How to make a simple website without going crazy

So you need a simple website for your organization/portfolio/whatever. You don't want to learn to code and the idea of messing around with "html" or "css" almost gives you a panic attack. No worries, this guide will help you build your simple website without touching any code. Keep reading...

 

How to pick the right platform for a simple website

Picking the right platform for your website is like picking the right haircut, it depends on you – or in my case, it depends on my receding hairline. Your needs will dictate what's right for you. This guide is by no means a substitute for a conversation with an actual person who makes websites, but it should point you in the right direction. Keep reading...