Kim Schlossberg Designs created this branding and website for Weber’s Computer Services, the Lifeguard on Duty in the Technology Pool. Click the image to visit the site.
Commodities book cover
For author Thomas Hofheinz, PhD, designed the interior and exterior of his first book, “Commodities,” and managed its publication through Amazon’s CreateSpace. Also created Kindle version of book.
Mandalas Book Covers
Published Walter Hofheinz’s series of adult coloring books using the artwork he’d been hand drawing for over 20 years. Designed book interiors and covers, published using Amazon’s CreateSpace, and created digital and print promotional pieces to support the launch of […]
12 Rounds Book Covers
Bobby Whisnand, “The Exercise Doctor,” asked Kim Schlossberg Designs to create covers for his new books: 12 Rounds: A Day to Day Guide to a Better Life and 12 Rounds Workout Log. Learn more or order the guide from Amazon using the […]
Evolution of SHE website
Kim Schlossberg Designs created evolutionofSHE.com for long-time client Darlene Ellison to give her a stylish, professional, user-friendly way to share her blog posts with her growing audience. The new blog website is integrated with an email marketing campaign, and it’s also integrated […]
Don Zablosky website
Website design for Don Zablosky, therapy for adolescents and adults. Visit the webpage here.
First Unitarian Church of Dallas logos
Kim Schlossberg Designs developed a distinct yet coordinating materials package for the First Unitarian Church of Dallas (First UU), church home to 1,100 families. A family of logos was designed to have a complementary visual but with a different message […]
Business cards designed as part of branding projects for several different clients.
Cary Cooper Dirty Little Secret CD cover
We designed this CD cover to complement Cary Cooper’s distinctive writing style and singing voice. You can listen to the CD and purchase it here.
First Unitarian Church of Dallas brochure
Inside and outside of trifold brochure introducing First Unitarian Church of Dallas’s Capital Campaign. The image on the inside gives an overview of the church history and growth.