Logos and wordmarks occupy a special place in graphic design. They represent some of the earliest forms of communication design—when heraldic seals, signs, or trademarks were used to convey territory, shop type, or maker to an uneducated, often illiterate, population. A mark needed to communicate quickly and clearly. Today the same principals apply, and we've worked with many clients to create logos that are direct, honest, and convey the personality of the organization. A good mark becomes something more than an icon, encapsulating the essence of an organization and becoming, quite literally, symbolic of it's identity.