Welcome to Matt Swain Design

I'm motivated!

As a self-employed graphic designer, my goal is to provide top-notch personal service, cost-effective integrated programs and creative ideas which add value to the marketing efforts of all the companies that I serve. I aim to provide a complete range of graphic design and web design services that deliver a highly effective, efficient communications program. Each project is designed within the clients’ time line and budget, and continues to achieve their individual marketing objectives.

Specializing in Custom Designed Logos…

A logo is your identity, your brand, your everything and when I create a logo for a company I know that. So I spend the extra time researching your market and competition. Then I listen to what you want and deliver a high-quality logo that you will be very happy with. And if you’re not happy, I don’t stop until you are happy. Please review my logo samples.

Designing and Building Professional Quality Websites…
At a low price to fit your budget.

Whether you just need a new look for your site or a brand new layout, I will work hard to get your site up and running with the look and feel that represents the identity of your company or brand. Please review my website samples.

Dependable Service…
I’m always available and willing to help with any project.

Since leaving the agency life in 2004 to work out of my house, I have made sure that service is my number one priority. Please review my contact information and customer/partner links.

About Matt Swain Design

After graduating from Antonelli Institute of Art and Photography (Cincinnati, Ohio) in 1991, I started my career as a typesetter for QC Inc. in Cincinnati. QC transformed into an ad agency called Backley Gingrich Tobe Communications that started my transformation into a production artist. From there I moved back to northern Ohio and found The Urda Company, Inc. an advertising, marketing and public relations firm, where I spent close to 10 years becoming a senior art director before they closed the doors in 2004. After the closure of The Urda Company, Inc. I went out on my own and started Matt Swain Design.