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Improved website section

September 29th, 2008

LogoBee.com has a wide spread reputation as one of the top logo design businesses around; but they also offer web solutions. They have improved their website design information section. This feature on the LogoBee website has been around for years but it has just recently received a technical makeover. Vast improvements have been made so that internet surfers can find out all of the information that they desire to get a solid idea about how web design works at LogoBee, Inc.
To begin the web design odyssey there is a group of past website samples that were created by LogoBee in the past. Displaying past design work is a good way to introduce potential clients to the design quality being offered. The next step leads to some general pricing guidelines which can provide businessmen with a fair idea about how much their dream site will end up costing them in the end. Of course, all websites are different so it is always necessary to call in to speak with one of the professional about getting an accurate price quote.
Our web solutions coordinator, Tim, is always happy to help out individual interested in having a website created for them. He states that, “Working on the cutting edge of web solutions technology is fascinating. It is always satisfying to have the ability to offer people effective solutions at a minimum cost.” Tim’s enthusiasm for his work transfers in to the quality of support that he provides; past client Wesley Geys had this to say about Tim:
LogoBee’s professionalism is top notch. Communication with Tim was prompt and reliable. The design process was fantastic. It went really smooth and all the main items were discussed and understood before they went to design. I would absolutely recommend LogoBee to anyone needing a logo design or website.
If interested browsers are not ready to phone in for an actual consultation they can always read over the ‘Process’ section that is available. This seven step overview will provide a general knowledge regarding the process that website design follows. So, regardless of your level of interest in getting your ideal website created for you; the LogoBee website is a phenomenal place to stop by.

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LogoBee Completes a New W3C Compliant OSCMax

August 21st, 2008

W3C logo designLogoBee logo design has recently taken it upon itself to start the cleanup of the OSCMax Shopping Cart Suite. This project was intended to accommodate web developers and programmers in general.  The final version has been released in the hopes that the web community, and LogoBee clients, will benefit  from their best efforts. OSCMax is a derivative of osCommerce which is the world’s most used Shopping Cart. It comes with a lot of extra functionality pre-installed, while osCommerce requires you to install them manually.  Many articles have been written on the fact that this open-source solution is not W3C compliant and that it would be a large job to resolve this. These articles point out that a full cleanup to bring the code up to speed with the W3C compliancy expectations would be quite complicated. LogoBee logo design has done their best to make the OSCMax Shopping Cart Suite code W3C compliant. The code was quite extensive and the clean up was a time consuming process; but LogoBee is proud to release the results of their best efforts.  Now website developers and programmers from the global web community will be able to benefit from their hard work with the new OSCMax shopping cart suite which can be found on LogoBee.com. The final version produced by the LogoBee team has been released and the web community is encouraged to try it out. This final version of the OSCMax Shopping Cart Suite can be found on the LogoBee website at this location:  http://www.logobee-web.com/demo/oscmax/.

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WVCS hosts 24th Annual Picnic in the Park Fund Raiser

July 6th, 2008

Chance to show new logo design September the 6th will see the 24th annual Picnic in the Park hosted by West Valley Community Services, Inc. (WVCS) at the Cupertino Civic Center Plaza. This is a fundraising event to help support WCVS so that it may continue offering valuable non-profit services. This event will take a considerable amount of preparation, especially since they will be marketing their new logo design donated to them by LogoBee just prior to this event. However, WVCS does not shy away from hard work. WVCS is a non-profit organization; that is why they are required to host fundraising drives and events. They offer valuable services to the Santa Clara County area such as: food, shelter, clothes, affordable housing and financial assistance. In order for a fundraising event to be successful the general public must get involved. This requires a certain degree of public recognition for the non-profit group. This is why WVCS applied to the Annual LogoBee Logo Design Makeover Contest last December. Having a brand that is easy to remember is helpful when hosting events like the Picnic in the Park. The Picnic in the Park will involve a silent and live auction; and a BBQ sponsored by the generous people at the Outback Steakhouse. The event should be fun for all participants who attend.  So if you are in the area please drop by and help contribute to a worthwhile cause. Keep your eyes open for event posters with the new “Health – Home – Heart” logo design for more details about this event.

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LogoBee unleashes explosive new ‘BundleBee’ Package this spring

June 18th, 2008

LogoBee, Inc. did not hibernate during the cold winter; rather they brainstormed and created arguably the best graphic design package available.  LogoBee took their top-quality logo, web and stationery design services and mixed them all together to form the ‘BundleBee’, which explodes on to the scene with the force of a supernova!
LogoBee has established a stellar reputation in the logo design world.  They have over eight years of artistic experience; and have taken top honors in the Summit Creative Awards and American Design awards.  Their web design department’s reputation has been soaring since it was added to their list of graphic design services.  The new ‘BundleBee’ melds these two incredible marketing elements together allowing customers to obtain the best that the graphic design universe has to offer!
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Heart Warming Feature on CNN Money

March 13th, 2008

The article is a remarkable story about a young man with epilepsy who took a hobby of his and created a successful business called Anthony’s Beehive.  Montreal based graphic design company LogoBee, Inc was very proud to learn about their client’s recent feature in FORTUNE Small Business on CNN Money.    Anthony’s Beehive was a pleasure to work with on their logo design and website projects; and their journey is a touching story for all readers.
LogoBee was moved by the story of Anthony’s Beehive; the story hit close to home since the chief LogoBee coordinator working on their logo design and web design projects, Tim Liboiron, also has epilepsy.  Tim feels strongly that Anthony’s odyssey is a tale that needs to be spread.  Tim worked on this project vigorously to see Anthony receive the logo design and website that best portrayed Anthony’s Beehive.
The feature basically covers Anthony’s story starting from his birth and ending at running his successful business today.  Born with epilepsy, Anthony’s concerned parents Tony and Terri were worried about his future.  Tony returned to school so that he could get a teaching job in order to hire additional care for his son.  While in grade three Anthony asked his parents to add bees to the farm that they ran on the side.  His interest in bees and their honey led to selling honey to the local shops.  One day his parents noticed an entrepreneur course offered at the local high school.  The benefits of this course plus Anthony’s incredible people skills helped take his hobby and expand it into a successful business.  Anthony’s interest in bees and their unique produce was the reason for his creation of multi flavored lip balms which included the ingredients honey and beeswax.  This passion has kept Anthony experimenting with new lip balm flavors and has established Anthony’s Beehive with its twenty flavors of lip balm, as a fascinating business.
Please go to the CNN Money website to read the full feature on this remarkable business and the wonderful young man who lends it his name.  LogoBee urges all entrepreneurs to read this story for the inspiration required to make their dreams come true.  The article can be found at: http://money.cnn.com/2008/03/04/smbusiness/buzz_honey.fsb/index.htm

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LogoBee logo design works with the global business community

March 4th, 2008

LogoBee, Inc. is a graphic design firm that is located in Montreal, Canada.  Montreal as a city has a very diverse community living and working there.  Canada prides itself in having a multicultural society, similar to the wide spectrum of ethnic communities residing in the United States.  LogoBee as a company tries to follow the example of being in touch with its global community by doing graphic design work for businesses located all over the globe.
Whether it is for a logo design or website, LogoBee wants to help.  The graphic design firm deals mainly with clients located in Canada and the USA.  However, it has just recently wrapped up projects for businesses located in countries such as the UK, Austria, India, Australia, China and the United Arab Emirates.  Working with companies all over is a very satisfying aspect for the LogoBee team; it allows them as individuals to come in to contact with people who have very different cultural backgrounds from their own.
Since we can communicate with clients via e-mails the vast time zone differences are not a problem.  Plus, since the finished products can be sent in an e-mail kit containing all of the files for the logo design or website there is no large shipping and handling fee associated with their expert graphic design services.
If you would like to have some professional and creative graphic design work done for your business; and want to deal with a design firm that enjoys working with companies from various societies; then please consider LogoBee, Inc. as your primary choice.
 

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LogoBee Logo Design Makeover Giveaway is Officially Closed

January 24th, 2008

logo designAnother great year has passed; and along with it another wonderful LogoBee Logo Design Makeover Giveaway.   The response to the Makeover Giveaway was outstanding this year; it grows larger and larger with each year that it is held. There were so many worthy submissions that choosing the winners was a difficult task for our judges.   LogoBee would like to express its gratitude to all of the non-profit organizations out there for doing the great work that they do.  LogoBee will continue to donate their services to these organizations to try and help make the world a better place for everyone to live in.  That is why LogoBee. would like to thank all of the participants from this year and encourage them to try again next year.  The process of helping out one another must continue. The selected organizations for this years event are: International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium; Triangle Vegetarian Society; West Valley Community Services; ProfessorBeyer.com; Catholic Services of Macomb; and Project AWARE Foundation.  All of these groups do great work and contribute a lot of their time to aiding others; it will be a pleasure to work with them to create their logo designs.

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LogoBee creates logo design for Vienna Art Gallery

December 13th, 2007

The FPKK Przeczek & Seredynski KG art gallery in Vienna has just recently received a logo design created by LogoBee.  When one thinks about Vienna images of a rich cultural heritage, classical music and beautiful art usually come to mind.  That is why Tomasz Seredynski decided to take his passion for art there and establish an art gallery.  The gallery deals mostly in modern and contemporary art.  When he decided to get an artistic logo design for his gallery he turned to LogoBee for help.
The logo design for the FPKK Przeczek & Seredynski KG art gallery is very strong and concrete; but it is also simple and easy to remember.  These were reasons why Mr. Seredynski wanted this particular design.  He was happy with the colours used which are platinum/gold and black since these are associated with luxury.  Of course the logo design also contains hints of modern and abstract artistic styles since these are the art forms that the gallery deals in primarily.
Art is a passion and it can be one that takes up a lot of time.  For those who are serious about art it is usually something that will be prominent in their lives.  Mr. Seredynski spends most of his time around art.  He plans on taking part in the Vienna Art Fair during April of next year among other artistic events.  He would also like to host an exhibit for the artist Jan Niksinski, a Polish abstractionist.
LogoBee practices graphic art, which is a different medium than the type Mr. Seredynski deals with, but they keep themselves very busy as well.  The LogoBee team works with many clients for as long as it takes to create the perfect logo design to represent their business.  Mr. Seredynski mentioned how happy he was with his final logo design, but that it would not have turned out as good without the help of the LogoBee employees.  Speaking to customers and listening to their opinions is part of the reason why LogoBee can make so many artistic logo designs that are tailor made for various businesses.

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Logo designed by LogoBee grows along with Project OZ

November 27th, 2007

Another great year has passed; and along with it another wonderful LogoBee Logo Design Makeover Giveaway.   The response to the Makeover Giveaway was outstanding this year; it grows larger and larger with each year that it is held. There were so many worthy submissions that choosing the winners was a difficult task for our judges.   LogoBee would like to express its gratitude to all of the non-profit organizations out there for doing the great work that they do.  LogoBee will continue to donate their services to these organizations to try and help make the world a better place for everyone to live in.  That is why LogoBee. would like to thank all of the participants from this year and encourage them to try again next year.  The process of helping out one another must continue. The selected organizations for this years event are: International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium; Triangle Vegetarian Society; West Valley Community Services; ProfessorBeyer.com; Catholic Services of Macomb; and Project AWARE Foundation.  All of these groups do great work and contribute a lot of their time to aiding others; it will be a pleasure to work with them to create their logo designs.

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Attention all non-profits! LogoBee announces third Logo Design Makeover Giveaway

November 8th, 2007

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LogoBee.com, one of the internet’s most respected online logo design firms, is happy to announce another Logo Design Makeover Giveaway this year. For the event, LogoBee donates its professional logo design services to select non-profit and charity organizations that need a fresh or new logo! Most non-profit groups do not have the time or graphic design expertise to deal with this important aspect of marketing on their own.  LogoBee offering their services free of charge presents these organizations with a fantastic opportunity! Due to the overwhelming response in past Makeover Giveaways, LogoBee has donated its graphic design services to 25 non-profit organizations; 15 of these were chosen in the 2006 event.  Last year the organizations that were selected included PEPY Ride, Florida Atlantic Research & Development Association, MEDICO, International Primate Protection League, Voluntary Committee of Lawyers and Women Helping Women. This year LogoBee will again be donating up to ten logo designpackages, valued at $425 each. These packages include business card and stationery layouts that incorporate the new logo. Contest Details: LogoBee’s Makeover Giveaway is open to any and all non-profit and charitable organizations in North America. No existinglogo design is required; however the applicant should be able to express how a new logo will contribute to the efforts and success of their organization. The applicant should also provide a brief summary of their organization/charity and their mission statement. Deadline for entries is December 4th, 2007 at 11:59 pm (EST). Please submit an entry athttp://www.logobee.com/contact/contest-premier-form.htm to register! About LogoBee.com:LogoBee offers complete customer satisfaction and a variety of packages that include business card, brochure and stationery design; they also offer top-quality web design services to businesses everywhere.  For more information or to view our logo designgallery, please visit our website at www.logobee.com
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LogoBee constantly works with non-profit organizations

October 19th, 2007

Hope Works Santa Rosa gets new logo design! LogoBee holds a logo design makeover project every year; this offers non-profit groups a free logo and stationery design package. However, LogoBee continues to work with non-profits all throughout the year. For example, LogoBee recently completed a logo for Hope Works Santa Rosa. This is a faith-based non-profit organization. They work with gang-related youth to integrate their loyalty and skills in to the community and away from street gang activities. Their program focuses on four major elements. ‘Relationship Building’ to help these youths form positive friendships and relationships, this is done by offering them supportive role models; ‘Community Connection’ they are integrated in to the community through activities like city meetings, etc; ‘Personal Growth Training’ this element is designed to educate the youths about spirituality, making the right decisions and resolving disputes properly; and ‘Jobs’ where the youths are directed towards jobs in the community where their skills will be put to good use. Executive Director Daryl Reese commented on what it is like helping to redirect these young people towards better lifestyles; he said that “it is rewarding for me because I get to participate in someone experiencing hope and now looks forward to the future.” He also made it clear that the community in Santa Rosa is very supportive of what his organization does. They benefit from the lifestyle change that these youths undergo as well. This rewarding feeling is shared by LogoBee since they feel that working with non-profit groups is good for communities everywhere. Hope Works Santa Rosa’s new look is meant to convey certain aspects of the organization to the public. Mr. Reese wanted LogoBee to create a logo design that expresses the qualities of hope, new beginnings and freedom; as well as the business related qualities of strong relationships and professionalism.  When asked to comment on his new logo design he said, “We got all of that and more! I was highly impressed with the quality of the designs, the speed at which the work was done and the extremely reasonable cost.” LogoBee is glad that Hope Works has faith in their logo design work because they have a lot of faith in the work that they are doing in Santa Rosa.Additional information about LogoBee: LogoBee is a logo design and web design company that is based in Montreal, Canada.  For more information please visitwww.logobee.com.  You can send your questions to sales@logobee.com or call 1-888-905-6462.

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LogoBee constantly works with non-profit organizations

October 19th, 2007

LogoBee holds a logo design makeover project every year; this offers non-profit groups a free logo and stationery design package. However, LogoBee continues to work with non-profits all throughout the year. For example, LogoBee recently completed a logo for Hope Works Santa Rosa. This is a faith-based non-profit organization. They work with gang-related youth to integrate their loyalty and skills in to the community and away from street gang activities.
Their program focuses on four major elements. ‘Relationship Building’ to help these youths form positive friendships and relationships, this is done by offering them supportive role models; ‘Community Connection’ they are integrated in to the community through activities like city meetings, etc; ‘Personal Growth Training’ this element is designed to educate the youths about spirituality, making the right decisions and resolving disputes properly; and ‘Jobs’ where the youths are directed towards jobs in the community where their skills will be put to good use.
Executive Director Daryl Reese commented on what it is like helping to redirect these young people towards better lifestyles; he said that “it is rewarding for me because I get to participate in someone experiencing hope and now looks forward to the future.” He also made it clear that the community in Santa Rosa is very supportive of what his organization does. They benefit from the lifestyle change that these youths undergo as well. This rewarding feeling is shared by LogoBee since they feel that working with non-profit groups is good for communities everywhere.
Hope Works Santa Rosa’s new look is meant to convey certain aspects of the organization to the public. Mr. Reese wanted LogoBee to create a logo design that expresses the qualities of hope, new beginnings and freedom; as well as the business related qualities of strong relationships and professionalism.  When asked to comment on his new logo design he said, “We got all of that and more! I was highly impressed with the quality of the designs, the speed at which the work was done and the extremely reasonable cost.” LogoBee is glad that Hope Works has faith in their logo design work because they have a lot of faith in the work that they are doing in Santa Rosa.

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Another Award Taken for Color Logo Design Concept

September 19th, 2006

award logo designLogoBee wins at the American Design Awards Montreal, QC - Sept 15, 2006 - LogoBee.com has come out shining after participating in the American Design Awards earlier this year. They took home an award for best logo design concept at the semi-annual event. The American Design Awards received over 1200 entries into over 10 different categories, in what they describe as the most engaging and closely fought contests in the history of the awards competition. LogoBee.com is a design firm that focuses primarily on logo design, corporate identities, stationery and brochures. For the awards event they submitted a project they had worked on for the Royal Bank of America. The clients' requirements were to update their look and feel with a new, innovative design to assist in their expansion and branding efforts. The resulting design that LogoBee created was a brand-able icon of a stylized 'R'. Incorporating the head of a bald eagle, the logo design effectively signifies strength and solidarity, important traits in the banking industry. This is the second award that LogoBee logo design has received this year. Earlier in the spring they won an award for 'Southcentral Therapeutic Riding, Inc.,' a color logo design entered at the annual Summit Creative Awards. "We pride ourselves on designing simple and effective company logos" said Tim Liboiron, project manager at LogoBee.com. "I know that we have some great in-house talent here, but it's always nice to receive some recognition of our efforts from time to time." To view a detailed listing of the graphics design winners and contestants visit the American Design Awards website at:www.americandesignawards.com/annual06.html

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LogoBee Wins Top Honors for Color Logo Design Concept at the 2006 Summit Creative Awards

April 15th, 2006

award logo designPortland, OR - April 25, 2006 -- LogoBee.com got a big boost recently from the Summit Creative Awards, having won a prize for color logo design earlier this month. The annual awards event received submissions all around the world. Twenty-six different countries took home at least one prize in categories such as print, advertising, video production and graphic design. The complete listing of the awards winners can be found on the Summit Creative Awards website. LogoBee.com is an online company that focuses primarily on logo design corporate identity. For the awards event they submitted a project they had worked on for Southcentral Therapeutic Riding, Inc., a nonprofit horseback riding corporation based out of Chugiak, Alaska. The organization, also known as STRIDE provides riding lessons to children and adults with special needs and disabilities. "Many of our clients can't walk, so riding a horse is a tremendously empowering experience for them" said Wendy Givigliano of STRIDE. "One of our initial concepts was to have a logo design showing the horse and rider as one, and we also wanted to have the logo show how our horses can help our clients make giant strides toward better health and fitness." The logo designconcept was to portray the non-verbal connection that takes place between horse and rider, and its positive effect that is brought upon the human spirit. A seemingly easy task, but subtle when considering logo design elements. "I had a lot of fun with this design," said Anna Kuprieva, lead designer of the award-winning project. "The logo's spherical lines allow the horse and rider to be mirrored together, capturing the essence of the company's mission." Two years after having completed the logo design with LogoBee.com, the riding center continues to be a hit with its clients, and is even looking to expand its services. However, the horses require an extraordinary amount of money and effort to maintain and care for, and need continual financial assistance through non-profit donations. Visit their website for program and donation information.

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LogoBee Interviews David Undis, Founder and Director of Lifesharers

March 15th, 2006

"LifeSharers is certainly an ingenious idea to increase the number and availability of organ donors. The more members it has, the more organ donors there will be and fewer people in need of organs will be unable to get them." -Milton Friedman, Nobel Laureate in Economics Introduction - LifeSharers.org was one of the lucky winners of the Logo Design Makeover contest held by LogoBee logo design earlier this year. LifeSharers is a non-profit organization that was created to help encourage organ donation through its innovative sharing network. Dave Undis, founder and executive director of the organization was kind enough to set aside some time to be interviewed about their organization and the logo design project. LogoBee - Hi Dave, thank you for taking the time to speak with us. Dave - My pleasure. LogoBee - First things first, could you give us a little bit of background on what LifeSharers stands for and why Lifesharers.org founded? Dave - Certainly. LifeSharers was founded to reduce the shortage of human organs for transplants in the United States. Read the rest of this entry »