Big D is one of the leading construction companies in Utah. They came to The Service Dimensions Group when they needed to create an employee benefits guide. With the expertise of SDG, the guide quickly took shape. SDG’s experience with human resources, benefits management and the health care industry, they were able to quickly write…Details
Millwood Companies includes the development and management of apartment communities around the state of Utah. They sought the services of the Service Dimensions Group for many of the needs for this fast growing company. The first project was a logo design for one their newest properties – Farm Gate. The logo creation process usually begins…Details
About the same time that Millwood commissioned SDG to create the Farm Gate logo, they asked for logo concepts for another property – Timbergate. The logos progressed quickly with Timbergate because the client was able to quickly identify the branding they wanted their new property to have. The explained to us the type of atmosphere…Details
Having already done logos for Millwood, the CEO of Millwood came to SDG for help in planning his wife’s 40th birthday party. What a fun project! The initial project was to be a slideshow consisting or pictures of his wife from her birth to present day. In addition, he wanted all of his precious family…Details
Killerwebs has been designing websites since 1995. Notable work includes websites for country music recording artist, David Lee Murphy, Pacific Wireless, Connex Wireless, Empowered Adoption, AdoptionConsultant.com, the Service Dimensions Group, Mymerrychristmas.com, and many more. [imageflow id=”6″]Details
Having a custom logo is imperative to any type of marketing whether it be for a business, a party, an entertainer, etc. Branding is very important. It’s how the world sees you. A recognizable logo is priceless in the world of advertising. When someone spots your logo, they will be able to know exactly who…Details
My logo has never felt right. It never clicked with me and with as often as I a create things for clients, you’d think I’d be inspired. But I wasn’t. To be honest, I have never liked my logo…. that is, until now. I decided it was time to switch things up even though I had updated my logo just last year. I decided that what I had was too blah and it didn’t really say anything about me and what it is that I do. The truth of the matter is that I wear many hats – not only professionally but personally. On a personal level, I am a mom, a widow, a caregiver, a nurse and cook. On a professional level, I not only design websites but graphics, logos and communications materials, I also do some Human Resources, marketing, social media marketing and now, photography. How could one logo tell that story?Details
Let’s face it. Social media is here to stay… at least until the next marketing fad comes around. Everywhere you look what was once a place for individuals to spout off about where they were at any given moment and who they were with, is now a haven for businesses to market their wares. Social media is a goldmine for worldwide exposure. It’s instantaneous and best of all, it’s CHEAP. It costs nothing to have a Twitter and Facebook account. But where do you start?