Minimal Brand Design for Ambitious Businesses


I am here to help you design a successful, aesthetically pleasing brand that will attract your perfect audience. I believe that simplicity is key within a brand’s image and nailing down how to express that is where I come in. 

Designs that Capture Your Visions and Your Values

Specialized Services

Initial Phone Consultation and Questionnaire to dive deep into your brand goals, messages, aesthetics, and more

Development phase and creative plan with a timeline

Brand Messaging (Brand purpose, promise, personality, and voice)

Mood Board (Brand aesthetics + inspiration)

Color Palette and Hex Codes

Logo Design Package (Includes primary logo, secondary logo, submark, and custom illustrations)

Typography system

Social Media Templates (2 editable social media graphics)

Everything from the branding package above PLUS

4-6 custom website pages

Website development (Development starts after design approval)

E-Commerce set up add-on (Shop and payment gateway set up)

Basic SEO (Image tags, Google tracking set up + FB pixel integration if needed)

Mobile responsiveness

Website Maintenance (First month free then $90/month)

Initial phone consultation and questionnaire 

3-5 initial custom logo concepts

Handdrawn logo element

3 back and forth revisions

Primary logo, secondary logo, and submark

Choose from my pre-made color palette library

Web and print-ready logo files and font files

Kind Words

from my clients

We’ve loved working with Megan. She’s done great work and in conjunction with our internal team, our clients have loved her work.
– Tim Woda, White Peak CEO

A Little Back Story…

I can still recall this one day…. I was only maybe 14 years old but I always had a huge passion for art. I was constantly creating things; friendship bracelets {I even would sell them} to puffy painting shirts and bags, and illustrating tons of pictures of Audrey Hepburn. However, it was this one day, in particular, I remember getting home from school and my sister received her monthly “Seventeen” magazine subscription in the mail. While reading it I came across this page about a graphic design career. It’s hard to remember exactly what the article said but I recall sitting there and knowing that was what I would be doing one day. I didn’t focus on that career path intensely but it was always in the back of my mind.

I find it interesting how many of us have multiple passions in life, but choosing which one to make a career can at times be difficult. I always knew I was good at art, but it didn’t feel challenging enough after college, so I dove into fitness. After receiving my personal training certification, I landed my first gym job, I quickly realized that was not what I was meant to be doing as a career. I took a sharp turn and dove completely into graphic design… my 14-year-old self is probably saying “finally” while rolling her eyes. But I am 100% confident in my career choice. It fulfills me. Challenges me every single day. And gives me a creative outlet which is what my mind and soul have always craved.