People are always telling me, "Bridget, who made that amazing Yellaphant logo? I like it so much I would make out with it if I could. And also if my computer screen tasted a little bit better." And I say to them "People, people, people, I have one name for you: Julita Ehle. And with a little sweet talk, she will probably make out with you if things don't work out with the elephant."
Julita designed the Yellaphant logo in a flash, and her eye for design always amazes me. Earlier this week, Ju decided to give the header a little pizazz, and as you can see, it came out wonderfully. And I'm willing to bet that I wasn't the easiest person to work with. I wanted to maintain the simplicity of the original header, but add a little bit more flair. I was nervous to change too much. And she nailed it.
And here's where you come in. Ju recently launched her own design company with her friend Mario, j&m creative. Alone, Ju has mastered the art of print services. And now, with help on the back end from Mario, she's expanded into Web services at a price that will be hard to beat. Seriously, just ask for a quote, and when you do, I hope you're wearing your Depends. If your in need of any type of design -- for you or your company -- contact j&m creative.
So this my Ju shout out, which is a lot better than the time I tried to shout at Ju in the dining hall freshman year of college by calling Ju! Yo, Ju! Over here, Ju! which, apparently, was interpreted by most diners to be Jew! Yo, Jew! Over here, Jew! And let me tell you, if it wasn't for the staggering number of brain cells most students destroyed freshman year, it might have been really hard to shake the reputation as the little blonde anti-semite.