In the last two months, I have had the pleasure of working with Royal Rehearsal, a Los Angeles based company that rents rehearsal space.
Royal Rehearsal had a pretty cool logo to begin with, so when working with them, it was about maintaining the spirit of the original design while adding a modern aesthetic.
I still used the same font and the same icon (guitar with the crown). Instead of having the text somewhat revolve around the icon, I moved the text to be to its side, making it easier to read while maintaining the integrity of the original design.
Two Locations on a Single Business Card
The major concern with designing the business card was that my clients wanted one business card with both their names, their numbers, and both locations.
My solution was to create a two-sided business card that had one name, number, and location on a each side.
In sticking with the dark and cool colors, I decided to use a lavender to highlight specific information such as the phone number, title, locations, and some icons.
If you’re ever in need of rehearsal space, don’t hesitate to e-mail Royal Rehearsal.
Having become a rotary member in the past year. I had the pleasure of creating this year’s Spokane Valley Rotary Installation Banquet Program.
Not only was I able to participate in the fun banquet and other service events, but the Spokane Valley Rotary also awarded six $1000 scholarship certificates (dedicated to Cindra Shields) to students in Spokane Valley. I am absolutely thrilled to be able to make an impact on the community.
Castro Business Services asked me to update their business card. Their business handles Income Taxes, Real Estate, and Notary services, so I created a few variations of their card.
The original has an older design seen in the framing lines. This reflects well on the business because it considers the industry and years in practice (more than 30 years). When looking for businesses in this vertical, experience and age offer a significant advantage. We want someone we can trust to handle our financials, and when finding someone new without a referral, trust is best displayed through experience.