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While Most Businesses are Laying-Off Their Employees, The Logo Loft Continues to Hire U.S. Graphic Designers
Date:11/15/2009

During these challenging economic times, The Logo Loft continues to hire in-house graphic designers. Aaron Carr, President and Founder of The Logo Loft firmly believes that hiring graphic designers that are in-house is the only way to go. Mr. Carr feels that with the current state of the economy, contracting work outside of the United States would not only be bad for his business but bad for the economy as a whole.

Montgomery, Alabama (PRWEB) November 15, 2009 -- The Logo Loft Inc. was founded in 2003 by Aaron Carr. The Logo Loft established itself as an industry leader in identity development and company logo design. Today "The Logo Loft Inc" has had over 30,000 clients that span the entire globe and have included fortune 500 companies. The mission of the company is to create effective, compelling, and usable logo designs. To this end, they have developed processes focused on usability while maintaining a strong commitment to their clients' goals, schedules, and budgets.

Due to the recession, many companies are actively laying-off or "farming out" their graphic design work to overseas designers; instead, "The Logo Loft Inc." has focused on retaining the highest caliber graphic artists in house. Putting company's ideas/concepts into a logo or brand can be challenging even for the most skilled of graphic designers. Two of the biggest problems with using logo companies that contract their design work out to foreign graphic designers are the language barriers and the cultural differences which intern can create delays in design work and excessive revisions. The Logo Loft's staff of 21 graphic designers allows for quicker turnaround of designs and revisions.

Located in Montgomery, Alabama "The Logo Loft Inc." serves clients across the country and around the world. The Logo Loft, Inc. is one of the industry leaders in corporate identity developmen
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