Logo design & Branding

This is where everything starts - the logo. I had clients ask me for web designs without even having the most basic, and yet, most important building block of their brand, their logo. I have been designing and redesigning logos and visual identities for over ten years.
Logo design / Branding / Packaging

A "tasty" logo

Logo, branding, and packaging, designed for street food restaurant Garlik, which serves Arabic shawarma, burgers, and starters.

Logo design / Branding

Vibrant and unfettered

This logo was the winning design at a logo design contest held by a client from North Carolina. This design was picked among more than 500 entries.
The client asked for a "unique and appealing logo for a new product line of cocktail mixes and garnishes."

Noah's Ark Kindergarten Logo
Logo design / Branding / Webdesign

A friendly kindergarten logo

My work for Noah’s Ark goes beyond merely designing their logo. Although established in 1996, their online presence in 2013 was limited only to an outdated website and even a negative news article. Today their online presence resembles the great work they do locally.

Noah's Ark Kindergarten Logo in Use
Noah's Ark Kindergarten Website
Noah's Ark Kindergarten Logo
Logo design / Branding / Webdesign

Logo for a non-profit

“Izlazak” (English “exodus”) is a non-profit organization for supporting the prevention and rehabilitation of drug addicts. I created their original logo and visual identity. Recently, marking their 10 year anniversary, I had the chance to redesign my original logo.

Noah's Ark Kindergarten Logo in Use
Noah's Ark Kindergarten Website
Logo designs for different companies

Logo Design / Redesign

A simpler, eye-catching design

This is a logo redesign for a center for psychotherapy and education. The top version is the new design. To give it a more sleek and modern look, I removed the redundant blue lines, emphasized the symbol and completed the redesign with a lighter font.
Logo design / Redesign

Modern redesign

This is a redesign I created for a non-profit humanitarian organization from Belgrade, Serbia. The organization had an issue with different logo variations of their original design being in circulation, thus not having one official version. Also, at the time of this design, their old logo(s) had an outdated look.
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