Family owned and operated while proudly serving El Paso since 1976, Kern Place Florist has been many El Pasoans first choice for flowers. After years of solely focusing on flowers and flower arrangements Kern Place Florist added a Chocolate Boutique to their shop. Smart one stop shop for all those upcoming Valentines Day Shoppers, hint
Events will always need marketing, from posters, to fliers, billboards, social media posts, you name it and you can use it.
Positive Design Company is frequently hired to design eye catching posters for events.
Project: Waldo’s Glass was a new business looking to make their mark in the El Paso market. Some of their competitors have been around for decades so Waldos Glass wants their identity to match the years of experience they have behind them. Positive Design Company was hired to create a new logo and refresh their
From businesses to musicians, Positive Design Company has been hired to create strong logos reflective of the projects personality and target audience. Diversity and flexibility in design skills helps clients vision become a reality.
The Japanese Crepe House is a locally owned restaurant on the west side of El Paso. Nestled in a bustling shopping center, the Japanese Crepe House was taken over by two young chefs. Their vision was to create a sit-in dining experience with food that is traditionally Japanese street food. Positive Design Company was hired
Dallas, Texas hard-rock band Murder F.M. needed a new logo to match their new image. After working with Positive Design Company on previous merchandise, they entrusted us to create an edgy logo that is recognizable in the music industry. Previous Logo Used in Shirt Design and Single Artwork by Positive Design Company New Logo
The largest grass volleyball tournament in the El Paso Area, 600 ESPN El Paso’s Kiss My Grass Volleyball Tournament happened July 18th, 2015 at El Paso Dream Arena. Kiss My Grass featured volleyball, a beer garden, food trucks, fun contests and challenges, vendors, a live DJ. Positive Design Company was hired to create the event