Now in paper form.

The other month I decided to bite the bullet and get a logo for myself. It’s scary paying a designer for a logo. Maybe that’s just me. Still, for me, paying someone to discuss and design a logo that worked for me, for all my stuff, was a bit odd. I do it myself. I make happily mostly crappy but serviceable logos.

Except I needed to stop and make one logo that would do everywhere. It was just time. And so I went to Dylan Todd (also here on twitter). I’d been a fan of his logo design for a while, so the chance to work with him made it more fun.

And we chatted some and he went off to his DesignCave (it’s like a Batcave, but cooler, I think) and came back with the goods. And now I have a logo that works in a horizontal and square form and is good for websites, banners at cons and biz cards. And anything else I might need to put a logo on.

So I ordered new cards, planning on having cards that didn’t look like crap for the first time ever. They came in last night:


Uhhh. Yeah. They are awesome.

So, remember: don’t be afraid to hire an awesome designer when you need one.

Hooray logos!

By Adam P. Knave

Adam P. Knave wrote this, but you knew that, since this is his site. That's kinda how it works.

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