Hi! My name is Kyre Song. I’m a graphic designer with a goal to help brands achieve their objectives. Whether you need to clearly communicate the purpose of your brand, align with your ideal customer, make sure that you are different from the competition, or all of the above, I’m here to do my best to solve those challenges.
If you have a project in mind that you want to discuss with me or just want to say hi, please send me a note at email@example.com. Below is an almost complete list of what I offer.
There are different kinds of logos: type based logos (wordmarks), symbol based logos (monomarks), and both of them combined. A logo can also be used in different lockups (horizontal, stacked) as well as have a tagline or product/service descriptors, if a company has sub-brands. In addition, there could be short versions such as icons and monograms that are useful in “tight” spaces such as a small embroidered label, a social media profile image, or an app icon. My portfolio shows a wide selection of logo versions starting with a single logo version and ending with horizontal and stacked logo versions, a monogram, and ten sub-brand logos.
Brand Identity Style Guide Design
A brand identity style guide serves as a visual foundation for your brand and brings unity and consistency to the visual style. A style guide usually includes logo usage guidelines (lockup and color versions, safety zone, minimum size, incorrect usage examples), a color palette (Pantone, CMYK, RGB), and a typeface selection for headings and body copy. A style guide is delivered as a print-ready PDF. Letter, A4, or custom size formats can be done.
It’s hard to name all the different kinds of print applications that exist. Business cards, brochures, flyers, stationery, catalogs, labels, packaging to name a few. I can design almost any print piece, but please contact me to know for sure.
I recommend using Squarespace, Weebly, or Shopify to small businesses who want a website that is easy to manage and customize. Building on top of a theme is fast and less expensive than designing a website from scratch. The major drawback for larger businesses is that you can’t get a 100% unique look and functionality, since you are restricted by the platform and the chosen theme.
Here are a few websites that I’ve designed: Oobroo, Jeannette de Beauvoir, Wordware, Wordshops, Music Alchemy.