The Design Democracy Can Show You How
This digital guide is the only resource for small businesses, startups, non-profits and entrepreneurs to brand their business without using Craigslist or breaking the bank. It shows you how to use the power of crowdsourcing, drag and drop websites, email marketing and more to create a brand that will bring in more customers and sales, all without ever using a graphic designer.
Praise For The Design Democracy
“Mr. Chase shows a profound and detailed understanding of crowdsourcing. He is equally successful at guiding business owners without graphic design skills to seek out this method of producing a powerful and unique identity or logo to build their personal brand. I’ve worked with several “professionals” who claim to be able to transcribe my thoughts into a visual representation worthy of my ideas. P.R. Chase does the opposite. He engages the reader to seek out the purpose of their company, to align it with their product or service and then shows them how to get what they want in a logo without pursuing efforts that waste money. His information is sleek, to the point, and you feel more in control of the final result.”
Tony B.- Phoenix Event Group Denver, CO
P.R. Chase is a Phoenix-based graphic designer who has been helping to brand small businesses for over ten years. He has extensive experience in print and web and has used his skills to craft marketing campaigns for startup companies, non-profits, large corporations, restaurants, nightclubs, arabian horse farms, auction houses, hair salons, hunting outfitters, and even cheerleading music websites; and that’s just for starters.
His client list is long and varied, and includes Midas International, Evening Entertainment Group, The Herberger Theater, Smashboxx, Shurwest Financial Group, The Jewish Community Center, The San Diego Men’s Chorus and more.
When not writing guides intended to help businesses break through the design monopoly, he enjoys learning about the latest advances in website technology and marching to the beat of his own drum. He can most often be seen at the movie theater spending more time analyzing the posters outside than watching the movie he paid to see.
Originally posted 2012-07-26 10:06:48.