New work and testimonials!

At CurlyRed, we love our clients (yes, we do say that a LOT), but it's always nice when we get the chance to work on projects that are both fun and really well-received. We wanted to share a couple of recent projects with you:

Our friend, mover/shaker/media-specialist-to-the-stars Matthew Winner wanted new branding for his well-followed podcast, Let's Get Busy. Matthew loves all things whimsical, graphic and eye-catching. So we stuck with a simple and bold color palette, fun typefaces and a sketchy-drawing illustrations. This is what Matthew had to say:

"It was clear from the outset that CurlyRed took the time to understand the client for which they were designing a logo. CurlyRed's design not only captured the energy and enthusiasm of the podcast, but also the focus on fun and exploration. It's a logo that represents the podcast well and one that I know speaks for my work before others even begin to listen."

Our second featured project was for long-time client Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore. They contacting us to design our first ever—wait for it— INFOGRAPHIC! Yes, we might be just a little into infographics and this project highlighting the EAGB's accomplishments in 2013 was pure joy. Here's what Melanie Kelleher, the Director of Marketing had to say:

"Thanks as always for your incredible work, flexibility and creativity...you are amazing to work with!"

Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!


Tomorrow: Kendall chats about being a working mom!

Since everyone will be snowed in tomorrow (2.13.14) and not working anyway, set your alarm, and log onto Piggy Bank Promotions at 11am! 

Then you can listen to CurlyRed president and principal designer, M. Kendall Ludwig discuss balancing running a successful design firm and raising two small girls. Writer and PR expert Wendy Meyeroff interviews Kendall on influential women in her life, scheduling, expectation management and delegating the small stuff. We hope you can tune in. Stay warm and safe, everyone!


What a celebration!

Clockwise from top left: CurlyRed fan James Taavon gives us a grin;
CurlyRed president and principal designer M. Kendall Ludwig poses with client Maryellen May;
"Mr. CurlyRed," aka Mark Ludwig, sips on a "CurlyRed-tini";
 CurlyRed fans and friends mingled in the newly renovated CurlyRed office;
CurlyRed's logo in bright red vinyl graces the main office wall.

7 years of CurlyRed-ness translated into one killer party last Friday night! Thanks to everyone who made it out. Over signature cocktails and snacks, networking and fun was had by all in our fabulous office. Here's to another 7 years (and beyond)!
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