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Comprehensive Dental

High-end Dentist located in Henderson, Nevada

Comprehensive Dental Care came to me with a pre-developed logo icon  and asked me to develop the rest of the brand which launched in January of 2015. The brand reflects the high-end appeal of this dental office which includes purple, muted earth tones, cleanliness, and stability. The deep purple accent was picked to match the waiting room, but it also gives the logo a luxurious color to rest on while highlighting the other purple.

www.NVDentists.com

“If you are looking for a company to help you with your marketing needs look no further. Anarae has helped us design flyers, brochures, business cards and letterhead. She is very talented. She works quickly and has a great eye for design. Reach for the phone now as I am sure she will soon be very busy!”

Judy Hendrickson, Marketing Manager at Comprehensive Dental

Anarae Nowlan

Brand Manager

Anarae Nowlan is a policeman’s daughter, raised in the small town of Gooding, Idaho. From an early age, she was taught the importance of hard work, community, integrity, and everyday kindness. A graphic designer by training, she holds a degree in Visual Communications but is also a brand manager and strategist, marketing guru, accountant, and writer/editor.

Prior to opening Anarae Design Group, Anarae gained extensive experience working with national companies that provide a proven track record of successful brand awareness and marketing. She exudes a professional passion for her work and has worked with businesses around the world to develop and launch brands that create impact. She tackles every project, from design to editorial pieces, with the goal of creating brands that inspire loyalty and change the world. Outside of work, Anarae enjoys spending time with her husband and their son Grant along with their two beagles, traveling, hiking, drinking coffee, and sipping cabernet sauvignon and Irish whiskey.

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