Streets.mn, now better looking

In case you hadn’t noticed, streets.mn got a little bit of a makeover.  Our logo contest solicited a bunch of really great entries (thank you all for contributing), but the board concluded that the winner was the very capable Jesse Ross.  Jesse has produced a logo for us that evokes a road, but I think also speaks to the interconnectedness of transportation, land use and other issues.  We hope you like it, because we really do.

A little bit more about Jesse: he works for Sevnthsin, Northeast Minneapolis’s premier boutique digital agency, focusing on creating engaging social and mobile web and app experiences.  He teaches courses in web design, development and computer programming at the International Academy of Design & Technology in Orlando, Florida, the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, and Minneapolis Community and Technical College and he lives in North Minneapolis with his wife and two daughters.  Also, he graciously designs logos for non-profit organizations with little cash flow!

To only begin thanking him for his great work, the streets.mn board will be sending Jesse a copy of Human Transit by Jarrett Walker.  We hope you’ll thank him too by visiting his website, following him on twitter and hiring him for your next graphic or web design project!

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3 Responses to Streets.mn, now better looking

  1. Reuben Collins
    Reuben Collins October 21, 2012 at 4:54 pm #

    The logo looks great. Jesse does good work, and that Seventhsin website is neat because stuff flies around on it.

    Thanks, Jesse!

  2. Moe October 22, 2012 at 3:15 am #

    Love the logo!

  3. Bill Lindeke
    Bill Lindeke October 24, 2012 at 9:18 am #

    little known fact: each of the colors stands for a different member of the well-known mock rock band, The Monkees.

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