The UPS Store corporate marketing department provides images, logos, and text about services to help create consistent marketing to reach its existing customers and attract new ones.
I maintained and updated the social media, email marketing, and website to help provide accurate updated information and higher ranking results for search engine marketing.
Below are examples of managed content, tailored to the neighborhood that is mostly home-based businesses, on social media engagement on Google Plus, Facebook, Twitter, using email marketing, and on the website.
Also see social media and email marketing work for The UPS Store.





It has a lyrical sensibility the way notes would be displayed on a staff. The arch represents a Legato (Italian for “tied together”) indicates that musical notes are played or sung smoothly and connected. Above is the final design. I have included other versions of the logo to show the design process.



Photographer PB equals the exactness of crosshairs in the camera lens is the new brand identity. Inspired the crosshairs in the camera lens, this logo is perfect for photography since represents the mix of scientific engineering and artistic expression in the photography industry. I have included other versions of the logo to show the design process.



Orange County-base sports and lifestyle photographer Erik Isakson asked me to update his logo to have a clean, simple, modern, and fresh look. We decided to use a different font (Gotham), to compliment the current graphic logo, using red, black, grey, and white. He loved the old graphic logo, so we decided to incorporate it into the updated brand identity.
This new look will be used for print (rubber stamps, business cards, postcards, letterhead, mailing label stickers, invoice) and digital (email newsletter, invoice, website, social media) marketing.
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