New Logo Revealed

Angela-Henry, 2018-07-17

I’ve been pondering the creation of a logo for quite some time and I finally decided to go ahead with it.

Now, I can barely draw stick people (and have them even resemble people), so I knew I was going to have to hire someone to do this for me.  I knew it would have to be someone who would understand my “data world” and be a great artist with a proven track record.  Luckily for me I have a very good friend and a brilliant artist that fit the bill.  He took my idea and created exactly what I wanted (and I didn’t have to draw anything!).  Huge thank you to Michael Swart (B | T) for all his time and energy in creating my new logo.

Let me know what you think.  I think it’s brilliant!

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Now to redesign my website so I can incorporate my brand new logo.

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