You are a logo and letterhead
to the average designer. A set of buzzwords. A navigation scheme. Your whole operation fits onto an invisible grid.
This mediocre writer-designer looks at you and asks, "How can I make this into another website, another set of logos, another signature headline syntax?"
The information designer, on the other hand, begins with a wider perspective and a more important question: "How can I effectively communicate this message?"
I founded Electropop Information Design to ask this question about your message and apply my experience with a range of media to your goals.
I believe that you are more than a logo or a set of invisible gridlines.
Please take a moment to learn about what I can offer you.