Thoughtfully crafted branding & design that brings your vision to life.
 

The Good Golden Rule

Do unto other businesses as you would have other business do unto you
 
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We take our Good Golden Rule seriously.

One of our core values here is to treat your business with the level of care and attention that we would want ours to be treated. We understand that you are investing in our services, and we feel honored that you are placing your trust in us. That is why, when you hire us, we keep the following promises to you:

 

We will never do mediocre work.

We will always go above and beyond.

We will always take your business seriously.

We will always do the right thing.

 
 

What makes us different?

When you hire us, you will never get “just a logo,” or, “just a website—” you will get an entire look and feel that is thoughtfully crafted just for you. We believe that your business is an extension of the best version of yourself, and that embracing what makes you unique is how you stand out among the rest. That is why we thoroughly get to know your business’ personality, values, target audience, voice, and more, and then carry those over to your branding, website, and any other materials you may need. We set you up for success by providing you with every file type you will need in the future; specific color codes and fonts to use in all of your marketing efforts; and several logo variations so that your logo has the flexibility to be used on a variety of platforms, including apparel, digital, outdoor advertising, print stationary, and more.

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About the Designer

I’m Katelyn, the owner of Good Golden Creative Co. In 2014, I became intrigued with the topic “branding” while spending an unhealthy amount of time on Pinterest in my living room. Over the years, I dipped my toes in a few public relations & marketing jobs, but ultimately felt like I was just moving through the motions in marketing efforts—everything that was being done had no consistency, and nothing felt impactful. In fact, nothing was impactful because the branding was not there. At the end of 2017, I realized that the only way I was going to be able to help businesses and entrepreneurs truly make an impact with their marketing efforts was to open up a branding company myself that could provide them with the resources they needed to succeed. So, like a crazy person, in the middle of the holidays, tax season, a full-time job, a move to a new home, and wedding planning, I decided to open up my own branding and creative design company—and I am so happy that I did. Good Golden Creative Co. exists to help businesses and entrepreneurs like you bring your vision to life through thoughtfully crafted design. Seeing a business succeed and stand out using the tools that we provide them with is one of the most rewarding things. While I don’t consider myself an expert in any subject because I am constantly learning and growing, I can tell you this—branding and design are my passion. And I hope that by sharing that with this world, I can help others like you do yours.

—Katelyn Parsons, owner
 

Oh, and about our name…

 
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You are probably wondering where “Good Golden” came from, and what the big dog head is all about in our logo. When trying to decide a name for the business, I asked myself, “What are the things that I love?,” and “What values do I want my business to have?” I listed the two Golden Retrievers of mine (our fur-family has proudly grown by one English Mastiff since then), and the one thing that I knew would be at the core of my business— I would treat other businesses how I would want my business to be treated. Thus, the name Good Golden Creative Co. was born—a play on my Golden Retrievers and the Golden Rule. Then, I decided to make a big golden dog with an eclectic-patterned collar carrying a leaf in its mouth my logo element, because why not? That is what makes my business unique and I believe we should all embrace that.