We’ve designed a lot of t-shirt logos for various clothing companies over the years. Here’s a few of our t-shirt designs for those clients.
Divine Home Health Care out of Colorado Springs asked us to design a home health care logo for their new business. Here’s the logo we put together for them in a few different color palettes.
I’m not saying I’m the best graphic designer in Colorado Springs but for SEO purposes, this blog just might pull in a few extra clients.
At Hi-five Design, it’s pretty much just me doing whatever it takes to design cool stuff. Hi-five design offers graphic design, web design, wall graphics and illustrations in Colorado Springs, Denver and surrounding areas. If you’re looking for a unique logo, business card design, brochure design or anything else contact me by clicking here.
Littleton Hockey Association asked me to put together a hockey poster and logo design for each of their upcoming hockey tournaments this season. These designs would be used for promotional material as well as tournament tee’s for the players. I wanted keep a general concept for all three designs so I made sure certain elements remained in each of the designs. Here’ what we came up with for each of the tournaments.
Coin Squirrel is a company out of Colorado Springs, CO. They’re in the process of developing an application that allows consumers to save any leftover change from day-to-day purchases and store them within the app. The customer has the option to transfer the change from the app to their personal checking account or donate the money to a charity of their choice. Interesting concept.
Originally the client asked me to design a squirrel logo, however I felt that it was a bit overkill so I went with a more subtle approach. I think using the letter “q” as a squirrel tail is enough to get the point across to the audience.
New tree logo design for “Stelter Tree Company” out of Colorado Springs, CO. This company does amazing work (pruning, removal, fire mitigation and cleanup). Excellent customer service by hard working Americans. Unfortunately their promotional material was full of clipart designed by your truly, Office Max. With that said, they were definitely due for a new design concept. I went with a vintage badge design. And being that this is a Colorado based company, they were very adamant about incorporating the flat irons along with some evergreens.
Graphic design by Chris Scott at Hi-five Design in Colorado Springs.