Because of the importance of building an online presence, naming a new company means creating an identity that hasn’t already been registered as a domain name, which explains some of the (in our humble opinion) downright goofy and contrived names that pop up. For a tech-tutorial website concept focused on graphics software, B Plus C … Continued …

On Your Level Youth Project

On Your Level Youth Project

Through media, multimedia, and in-person experiences aimed at teen audiences, On Your Level Youth Project promotes communication and understanding in a diverse world. B Plus C Communications created a logo that symbolizes the not-for-profit group’s message of bridging gaps among genders, races, and belief systems.

Lee R. Ford

Lee R. Ford & Associates

When the accounting firm of Lee R. Ford & Associates wanted a new logo, B Plus C Communications created a two-color identity design featuring a trio of interlocking plus signs, symbolizing the mathematical underpinnings of the firm’s practice. An optical illusion produces one of the plus signs out of the void between the other two, … Continued …

Big picture, little picture

Business people spend lots of time asking themselves big-picture questions. “Will adding this product improve my overall bottom line?” “How should I communicate the need to raise my rates without alienating my current customers?” “How long can I maintain my current website without it looking out of date?” Big decisions, high stakes, important outcomes. Calculating … Continued …



ARCA racing team WebeRacing needed a high-visibility logo for its primary car, one that would be easy to prepare on a computer-driven vinyl cutter. B Plus C Communications produced a design that highlights the “W” in the team’s name (also the last initial of its driver) with a look that says “speed.”

Thurston Springer logo revision

Thurston Springer Miller Herd & Titak

B Plus C Communications analyzed our client Thurston Springer’s logo, which required either four or five spot colors to print, including light gold, dark gold, dark blue, black, and an opaque white ink behind it when it appeared on dark backgrounds. We knew we could lower our client’s printing costs by reducing the number of … Continued …

Master Plan outreach

Crown Hill Heritage Foundation

Crown Hill Cemetery embarked on a Master Plan to support this historic not-for-profit institution’s restoration, preservation, and community-partnership needs. Following up on the opportunities and challenges of this document, the Crown Hill Heritage Foundation used direct mail to reach its donor audience with a message about the cemetery’s origins. Titled “From Strawberry Hill to Crown … Continued …