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Luke Baker is a professional logo designer, graphic designer and web designer. He worked for seven years as a Senior Graphic Designer, Manager, and Art Director for Hewlett-Packard, and in June 2011 went independent to run his own graphic design and web design business called Lucas Marc Design. His award-winning work has been featured in publications like GDUSA and LogoLounge.
Testimonials from recent LogoDesign.com clients:
"My experience working with Luke was fantastic. Aside from being a pleasure to work with, Luke exhibited an extraordinary level of professionalism! The process for the development of my logo was efficient and on time. The final results of the project exceeded my expectations. I would certainly recommend anyone seeking top quality design work to consider Lucas Marc Design. Superior results guaranteed!" --D. Johnson, Santa Barbara, CA
"I found Luke through LogoDesign.com and was very impressed with his work. Luke took my ideas and created multiple concepts to help the creative process. Our firm's final logo is clean, classy, and professional. I would recommend Luke to anyone wanting a great logo!" --R. Wells, Jonesboro, AR
"To me, your logo is your company's public face on the Internet; it is the difference between being taken seriously and noticed, or being ignored. I found Luke on LogoDesign.com...he listened to my needs, then asked some very specific questions, and a week later I had a logo that made me smile. A public face that I am proud to display on the Internet. Every person I have shown the logo to has said 'Wow! He really got it!' And I couldn't agree more." --D. Renteria, Orlando, FL
"I am very pleased with Luke's work. He stayed with me until I was totally satisfied with the logo. Very professional. Highly recommend him." --L. Masters, Canada
"Luke, I...I am speechless and blown away. I don't know what to say. I am so happy! Wow! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. It has truly been a pleasure working with you. I assure you that your name will be the first one to be mentioned should anyone need to hire a designer, or should I need more work created in the future." --Email from D. Renteria, Orlando, FL