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Logo: KeweenawNow.com. We designed this logo for a offsite link.Web site that publishes news, points of view, and current happenings for the Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula. Our client asked us to create a logo that would evoke the area's beautiful surroundings. We responded with a windblown pine on the shore of Lake Superior—suggesting an environmental respect that's critical to this Web site's publisher.

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Logo: True North AntiquesWe designed this logo as part of an in-progress Web site makeover. The colors, lettering, and old-fashioned compass evoke the purpose of the Web site, which is to sell antiques. Note how N (north) and S (south) are marked on the compass.

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Logo: Third Sector Enterprise (extranet application).We designed this logo for the top of each page of our client's extranet application. In this example, we've animated it to demonstrate the way it supports major sections within the application including: Case Management, People Management, and Billing & Accounts Receivable. (If you missed the animation, click your browser's refresh button to see it again.)

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Logo: Continuum University (elearning dotcom startup).We designed this logo for an elearning dotcom startup. The client desired a meld of traditional (to evoke a university image) with modern (to evoke elearning on the Web) and had sketched a graduation cap topping a globe. We pulled it together in this professional design.

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Logo: Tanstaafl SoftwareWe designed this logo for a Windows Help developer whose unusual name translates to: There Ain't No Such Thing As A Free Lunch. The client requested a logo that would clearly illustrate the name, and chose this one among the options we designed. We selected the colors to coordinate with the client's existing Web site.

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Banner Ad: "Who's Afraid of C++" and "Who's Afraid of Java"We designed this banner ad for a client to use in a link exchange program. It's purpose was to advertise two books that the client had written: offsite link.Who's Afraid of C++ and offsite link.Who's Afraid of Java. (If you missed the animation, click your browser's refresh button to see it again.)

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