A business' brand deserves personality. NMY can build a cohesive brand image that sets each and every business apart, propels it into the future, and provides a timeless image for years to come. We work side-by-side with you to bring your brand to life!
Master of Design
Let NMY design your logo, letterhead, slogan, and more! We'll incorporate your new look into all kind of advertising mediums, including web design, print advertising, digital ads, and whatever else you need to create a lasting brand image.
This colorful logo stands out and draws you in from first sight. A recent redesign included an adjustment to the colors, font, and a shift in a few of the elements. Now, the children are inside of the home, and they surround a cross which better illustrates LBCH’s mission.
Bold red and a modern font, brings new life to this icon hero’s story and museum.
Marrying two industries into one logo can be tricky! This design takes plumbing and HVAC services and merges them into one cohesive look.
This specialty logo showcases a milestone for Palmetto Addiction Recovery Center. Adapting a logo to seamlessly fit the current needs of each client is important for brand consistency.
This speciality logo for Progressive Bank is designed to promote the Reward Checking product. With its familiar concentric circles and layout, this logo works seamlessly with the bank’s primary logo.
Megan is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University with a BS in Communication Arts. As Creative Director and Graphic Designer, everything designed for the screen or printer at NMY goes through her. If not laying hands on it herself, she's guiding and overseeing through every step of the process. With high expectations and an eye for perfection, Megan helps ensure that what comes through NMY's doors is of the highest quality.
When not immersed in the world of design, she's writing and illustrating children's books and wrangling her two beautiful kids.
Graham and Paula have early career bonds that started while La Tech students working for the same company in downtown Ruston, graduating in the same quarter, and working their first advertising jobs with the same corporate office in Monroe before reconnecting in 1986. Graham, is also an very active member in the community. He is a past president of the Ad Club of Northeast Louisiana, recipient of the AAF (American Advertising Federation) Silver Medal Award, past member o f the Ruston/Lincoln Convention and Visitors Bureau Commission, and a current, active member of Temple Baptist Church in Ruston. He is a model car collector, proud father of three, and a master planner of client campaigns.