My top three

Back in the day raised business cards, a well tailored suit and a fax machine were all that was required to "market" your buisness. Now we have more tools at our disposal and face-to-face contact is becoming less depended upon. So how will you share your product or service with your target market – those you want to work with and for? In the mind of this designer, there are three areas of focus...

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Brand Identity

It's who you are. It's your mark. Is the logo you have now consistent with who you are? If you need a brand image that works for your company or organization, you're in the right place.

Portfolio : Identity


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Online Impression

Number two is your online impression... what people see when they "check you out on the web." Years ago a business card and handshake would have made the first impression, but now it's your web presence. My focus is on having a clearly communicated message, simple design, and great content.

Portfolio : Web


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Print & Graphics

Number three in the list is to create printing materials that position you in the best light... From corporate stationery and business cards to large output display graphics and magazine ads. The idea is to not just have top of mind awareness, but have it look great, be understood and be memorable.

Portfolio : Print


sandy bowers

contact-officeSandy Bowers brings 25 years of experience in creating for print and web. She offers professional graphic design to companies and non-profits in Greenville, South Carolina and the surrounding upstate area and North Carolina. She's even created logos and design projects for companies as far as Florida. Her goal is that you can make the most of your web presence, your ad spaces, and your communications, whatever form they take by getting professional design. Sandy takes a practical, yet creative approach. She's not about flowery imagery, but more about meaningful graphics and copy writing. She works with your vendors or one from her list that are ready to help... such as programmers, printers, photographers and the like. You can expect "next level" creative services... identity and image that reflect where you want to be and where you're headed.