Besides being an award-winning Art Director, Robert Hazelrigg Jr. also worked for Apple Computer and Adobe Systems Inc.
Robert has also been a guest on several tech-related podcasts. He currently resides in West Long Branch with his amazing wife and three lovely daughters.
In his spare time, he enjoys playing tennis, bike riding, collecting vintage Apple computers and obscure music. He is also an avid New York Giants football fan.
Years of Professional Design Experience
Why you need a digital partner more than ever — As technology continues to change, trends change, social platforms change, and rules and regulations change. It’s not just having a website today. You need a digital partner that can provide your brand the support it needs. What are some of the reasons you need a digital partner? Let’s look at some of them – 1. Maintaining your brand 2. Security of your website 3. ADA compliance 4. SEO, PPC, and Social Responsibility 5. Data Analysis 6. Third-Party Integrations 7. Mobile Responsiveness You don’t get this from buying marketing from Fiver or Upwork.
Your logo conveys more information than you may realize. Certainly, your logo should instantly represent your brand. But it can tell customers if you’re loyal, modern, cheap, expensive, playful or strong. Your logo gives your brand personality. So… it’s extremely important to have a logo that rings true to your brand, your personality, and your audience. WHAT YOUR COLORS SAY: Red: energetic, sexy, boldOrange: creative, friendly, youthfulYellow: sunny, inventive, optimismGreen: growth, organic, instructionalBlue: professional, tranquil, trustworthyPurple: spiritual, wise, evocativeBlack: credible and powerfulWhite: simple, clean, purePink: fun and flirtyBrown: rural, historical, steady WHAT YOUR FONT SAYS: Serif: – Comforting & TraditionalSans-Serif: – Modern & CleanScript/Handwriting: – Creativity & Elegance TO SYMBOL OR NOT SYMBOL? It isn’t necessary to have an icon or symbol as part of your logo. There are pros and cons to using symbols in logo design: PROS: A symbol doesn’t depend on…