Make An Impression
Visual Identity is the name of the game, creating a look and a feel that fits you and your message. It’s the first thing the visitor sees, and your logos present how you wish to be perceived. In one visual statement you are embodying who and what you are and what you represent. Millions of dollars have been gladly spent by high-profile companies as they cogitate over just the right image they hope to convey. At Webworks it is a very intuitive process, and a challenge we enjoy. And we promise we won’t charge you a million bucks, it will just look like you did.
Project: A redesign of the logo for NCPC (Naraya Cultural Preservation Council) a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of traditional Native American ceremonies and knowledge of the people and culture of the Great Basin/Plateau. The intent was to utilize colors and natural elements that support and reflect native culture.
Client: Earthsinger – Joan Henry
Project: Joan Henry is a multifaceted artist — vocalist, actress, dancer, composer, poet-lyricist, percussionist, choreographer, AND fitness instructor. Whew. Finding the right balance that conveys a feeling and energy in her logo underlines the need for simplicity. Instead of trying to convey everything in a logo, sometimes it is best to let it simply set the stage and let the other images tell the whole story.
Client: Your Not That & Joshua Magee
Project: A promotional campaign for Your Not That website and Joshua Magee needed an illustrative image to promote his one-hour lunchtime meditation class where students were invited to bring their lunches and questions to the gathering. Elements included a kid-style lunchbox and emblazoned with Buddha. The layout was repurposed with weekly updates for time and location.
Client: Windwalker Guest Ranch
Project: Wind Walker Guest Ranch is a very special vacation get-away and resort not too far from Salt Lake City, UT, and proprietress Loretta Johnson required an enticing and powerful logo that conveyed an image of the Wild West and her vision of bringing together family and groups for a restful and reinvigorating adventures.
Client: Rudi Movie Project
Project: The RUDI Movie Project is a restoration initiative to transfer the 1981 documentary of Rudi (Swami Rudrananda) to DVD. The website recently had a complete makeover, and even the logo was updated to be more sleek and stylish. In the logo update certain elements and colors were retained to maintain recognizability, while other elements (such as the background) were tweaked for freshness.
Client: Touch Practice
Project: Touch Practice recently underwent a third overhaul by Webworks and a redesign to be fully WordPress-compliant. It is now easily updatable by the client who is now an avid and astute blogger, writing many thought-provoking and compassionate articles. The Touch Practice logo font was designed to be clean, airy, and modern.