What we think.

Fresh perspectives and musings from Marjoram

Marjoram Earns 4 Communicator Awards

The logo for Simply Managed I.T. won Gold for Corporate Identity/Logo and Silver for Corporate Identity/Design, while Marjoram Creative’s logo and UtiliQuest’s corporate promotional video both received Gold Awards of Excellence in their respective categories.

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Pollock Commercial Engages Marjoram For New Identity

Marjoram has developed a new corporate identity for commercial real estate firm Pollock Commercial and will soon help them launch a new website. Pollock Commercial is headquartered in Atlanta and provides a full spectrum of brokerage and consulting services for owners and users of office, retail and industrial properties.

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Going for Gold with an Olympic Brand

The London 2012 Olympic Games began with a bang two weeks ago and has become—contrary to NBC’s best efforts—the most watched Olympic Games ever..

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Two Logos Selected For Logolounge 7

Marjoram Creative is proud to announce that two logos were selected for the seventh book in the the LogoLounge series. The logos selected were for the Woop Woop Wine & Dine Club and Palmetto Threads (an embroidery company).

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Twitter Hatches a New Bird

Twitter recently dropped their well known lowercase “t” and updated their bird icon of six years. The new, more simplyfied look is based on three overlapping circles, referencing the themes of connection and intersection generated by social networks.

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Logo Trends for 2012

Created by Bill Gardner, LogoLounge.com is an inspirational resource we’ve been using for years to help with the initial stages of research for every logo project. Each year, they study thousands of logos and hand-pick the ones they believe have emerged as up and coming trends. The resulting annual Trend Report is a great way…

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So Now We’re Cool… Right?

So the cool kids at Microsoft have recently released their new logo for Windows 8. On first impression I have mixed feelings about this new mark. Maybe it’s the preconceived notion that I have about what a Windows logo should be, or maybe it’s the complete departure from their multi-colored, dimensional logos that threw me…

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