Your logo is often the first connection with your end customer; it provides instant recognizability in the marketplace and expresses your company’s stability, intent, and purpose in a single dramatic instant.
We work with you to help develop a visual scope for your logo by asking you a series of questions such as … Do you have any specific images in mind? What do you want your logo to accomplish? And, what feeling or message do you want your logo to convey?
The answers to these questions can assist us in creating your exciting new identity.
Once we have created your corporate identification package we can work with you to express that identification throughout your print assets.
Our flexibility enables us to begin your company’s journey from obscurity to well-known brand. We have created everything from simple advertisements to billboards, from postcards to full-color catalogs, and from t-shirts to 737 jetliners.
Wrightside Up Design will work with your company to create a print design package that works for you and your company’s budget.
If you don’t know whether you need a brand ; STOP! You do!
It’s now more important than ever. Every day new businesses are trying to take your share of the market.
Creating your brand begins with our interview to determine what directions your visual identity with take and how we can accomplish your branding goals via print media, broadcast media and the internet. We take those branding goals and develop your brand’s visual expression.
The Latest Happenings …
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Portland Timbers and Alaska Airlines today announced a winner’s tie in their “Paint-The-Plane” contest. Elements of the two first-place designs created by Paul Wright, of Portland, and John Bode of San Mateo, Calif., will be combined into a final design that will adorn an Alaska Airlines 737-700 jet and fly throughout the carrier’s network.
Wright, who was born and raised in Portland, used the Timbers jersey as the inspiration for his design, which features the team’s name across the fuselage overlaid against a subtle soccer ball screen. The tail boasts the team’s signature chevron and ax.
“My entry has strong design elements as well as very subtle touches,” said Wright, a graphic designer and owner of WrightSideUpDesign. “The Timbers’ logo is such a powerful, iconic symbol; the ax says it all. I wanted to make that a focal point on the plane.”
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