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Your brand is often your first communication. Your logo should have an impact!

My Santa Barbara Graphic Design company Gordon|Sterling graphic design, designs logos for every industry. If you like these than we are the graphic design company for your business. These logos are my favorites. Creating memorable brands, is an exciting challenge. An effective logo captures the essence of your business instantly. Your audience should know what it is you do just by looking at your mark. We take great care when choosing a font, color palette, and image. A memorable and trustworthy brand helps your clients remember that your business provides the perfect solution to their problem. Therefore, to succeed in branding, you must understand your customers’ taste, needs and be able to reflect that back to them in the perfect brand!

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Coastline Media Partners logo design

Partners, Paula Lopez, a local newscaster and her partner Maria White decided go into business for themselves. They wanted a logo that was professional, local and feminine. This image is actually from a photo of our wonderful Santa Barbara coastline.