Indio Logo Design
A unique custom logo design is the cornerstone of a strong Indio brand image.
Indio Logo Design | Web Design | Graphic Design
I’m Tim Garner and I’m an independent graphic designer that specializes in brand identity design and logo design. I began my design career as a brand identity/logo designer working as an electrical sign designer over 20 years ago. Eventually I left the sign industry to focus specifically on logo design but eventually branched out into web design, brochure design, business card design, trade show display design as well as a bunch of other graphic design services. I still do my share of electrical sign design for restaurants and retail businesses but for the most part I make my living as a logo designer. I have designed logos for clients in cities all over the the United States and Canada (which includes providing Indio logo design services) as well as having logo design clients scattered around the globe, I quite literally have logo design clients as far reaching as the deserts of Saudi Arabia to the banks of the Amazon river.
The ImageCo Portfolio
The work featured in this portfolio was chosen to highlight various skills I’ve developed over the years. Some of the designs were chosen simply because I like the design or I feel the piece demonstrates my range. Every design in this portfolio is an original work created by one designer and in no small measure the people that hired me to help them define their brand image. If some pieces have a familiar look it’s probably because another artist broke ground before me, I merely followed their path. Richard Harding Davis once said, “The secret of good writing is to say an old thing in a new way or to say a new thing in an old way.” The same could easily be said for design.
Select Logo Design Projects
You probably did a search for Indio logo design or web design and ImageCo was in the results, this was intentional on my part. I provide for a family of 5 and just like every other responsible father I do absolutely everything within my power to take care of them. So I market my design services in Indio as well as every other community that I think may have a need for what I offer. I have customers throughout the US and Canada, in fact I now have customers on 6 continents…I’ve given up on ever doing business in Antarctica though (penguins have little use for logos).
So, like me, you probably want to support your local economy and keep as much of your business as locally as you can but the truth is, it’s much harder to do today than it was when I was a kid growing up in the Midwest. Things have changed dramatically because we don’t really make all that many “things” anymore. Keeping our business local is one of the few ways we can support our local economies and when it comes to service based businesses like barbers and dentists, it only makes sense to go with a local Indio business (it’s not like you can import a haircut from China).
However, the difference between getting your hair cut in Indio and getting your logo designed there is fairly substantial. A good haircut will help you look good for a few weeks but your logo will be the visual identity of your business for years to come. A bad haircut will grow out but a bad logo is something you will be stuck with for a very long time and logos can be quite costly when you factor in the printing and advertising costs associated with getting your logo in front of people.
Regardless of where we live in this world, whether it be Indio or Seattle (where I now call home) our economies drive each others. The work I do out of my home office impacts the success of businesses all over the world and their success impacts their local economies because they have more income to spend locally and vice versa.
That being said, if you really have your heart set on working with a local designer I certainly understand. However, if your goal is to find the absolute best designer for your project, you might be glad that you found me once you take a couple of minutes to review my portfolio.