one of the best designers i have ever worked with.
great customer service
Great job and great response to feedback! Thanks Wenk! Much appreciated!
- r. deliar
creative and stellar logo design.
Karl.J came up with a really stylish design that really caught my interest right away. Fulfilling my wishes for the style of logo I was looking for! Karl worked with me through the iterations to produce the desired outcome that I sought. A completely stylish eye catching logo!
AWESOME! Quick, high quality and incredibly professional. A pleasure to work with.
How jarrod.markley started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
CrossPoint Wealth Partners
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We do wealth management for people who are are at the "CrossPoint" between working and retirement, usually age 55-65.
"A mountain-climbing analogy is useful for clarifying the distinction between accumulation and distribution, as the ultimate goal of climbing a mountain is not just to make it to the top; it is also necessary to get back down. The skill set required to get down the mountain is not the same as that needed to reach the summit. In fact, an experienced mountain climber knows that it is more treacherous and dangerous to climb down a mountain. On the way down, climbers must deal with greater fatigue; the risk falling farther and with greater acceleration when facing a downslope compared to an upslope; and the way our bodies are designed makes going up easier than coming down.
Distribution – the retirement phase when you are pulling money from your accounts rather than accumulating wealth – is much like descending a mountain. The objective of a retirement saver is not just to make it to the top of the mountain, which we could view as achieving a wealth accumulation target. The real objective is to safely and smoothly make it down the mountain, spending assets in a sustainable manner for as long as you live." --Wade Pfau
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We are looking for a "DBA" logo that has to be co-branded with Northwestern Mutual. See the attached guidelines. You can learn a bit about the personalities of our team here: http://www.jarrodmarkley.com (but don't judge our website b/c we're totally redoing it).