It was another great year for Proctor Arts Fest! I've been volunteering my time & talent on this pet project of mine for the past five and a half years. It's a wonderful way to build relationships that strengthen our community. The day before the event, we got to wear our 'Bob The Builder' … [Read more...] about Proctor Arts Fest 2019
I'm writing about this because as a logo designer, I was really excited to hear that FaceBook was updating their logo! It was just announced at the Annual Conference, F8. After trying hard to track down the new logo - I was so disappointed. The whole redesign is only a subtle change from the … [Read more...] about The FaceBook Logo Refresh
What’s the difference between a logo and a brand? A logo is a symbol, image and/or combination of letters that visually represent your business. Most often, it’s a combination of a graphical image combined with the letters that spell out a business name. A brand is much more complex than a logo. … [Read more...] about Logo vs. Brand – What’s The Difference?
I'm super excited to be working with a brilliant group of professional business women (and a few select men) on a new business development project in Tacoma, WA. Currently under development in a local business incubator called RAIN, we're pulling in the expertise of all who are interested. We're … [Read more...] about The Women’s Business Initiative
Waaaaaay back when I was deciding what do with my life, I had a really hard time choosing between graphic design and photography. I ended up choosing graphic design and went to art school for it, but I've always had a soft spot for photography. Over the last few years as my kids have grown into … [Read more...] about RedBubble
From Business Brand to Personal Brand In the world of branding and business development, moving from one business name to another can be both risky and challenging - you don't want to lose your tribe. And when you're a solo pro, there's an eternal question about using your own name to develop a … [Read more...] about Moving From ZenDezignz to “MauraMcMahon.com”