Logo Designer & Marketer with 10+ Years of Experience.

🖈Based in Boston, Massachusetts.

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– Alex Go

"Alex did a great job, friendly to deal with, very talented and his final package had a bunch of cool extras, excellent value."
"Excellent work and turnaround time. I was very pleased with the designs. Alex also provided several design variations and color schemes to give me flexibility in my business needs. I recommend Alex to anyone that wants a professionally designed logo."
"Alex makes really creative, clean, and well designed logos. I would recommend his work to anyone."
Joe Gonzalez
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