In the March 2011 issue of Photoshop User Magazine, I was one of the lucky hand-picked designers to participate in the Design Makeover section that dedicates a full page to our revamped and, most of the time, improved designs of a business who has entered their logo, website, marketing materials, etc., to the editors.
Photoshop User Magazine is, right from their website, "… the official magazine of NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals) and comes delivered to your door (or inbox) with your NAPP membership. Published 10-times a year (plus bonus issues), Photoshop User is widely recognized as the most trusted resource for Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom training, advice, and how-to information for the graphic design, photography, and digital arts worlds."
Needless to say, I was extremely excited to get going on this project. However, I was only able to complete the project in two days. It would normally take a lot longer to complete a job like this, but I went to Las Vegas, Nevada for New Years and was notified a couple of days before I left.
I think I pulled out an awesome design to complete this project and showcase some of my best work, especially under pressure. I tend to work better that way sometimes :-) Below are images of the cover, the page that explains the details of the project and how you can get into the Design Makeover section yourself, and finally the full-page that I am on.