Designing logotypes is the focus of Julie Tiedens, owner of Bohtieque Design, a one-woman design studio. She doesn't stop there, meeting the needs of her clients one project at a time.
Working from a home studio nestled in the hills and valleys of western Wisconsin, Julie lets her setting inspire her design solutions for businesses around the United States. Almost exclusively, Julie works with her clients over the phone and internet and finds it liberating, not only for her, but also her clients.
Overwhelmingly, her clients find it easy to interface using common technologies, and enjoy the fact they don't need to schedule another series of meetings in their already packed day planners. Instead, at their leisure they sit back and review emails and faxes Julie prepares for them.
Julie enjoys the demands of designing logotypes and business identity packages, and loves the variety of projects her clients bring back after their logo projects are finished.
From newsletters to postcard mailers, Julie has created solutions that have recieved rave reviews.
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