I have provided communications, education, and design services to the Kentucky Corn Growers Association as an employee and a contractor since 1998. Even with a small staff and small budget, KyCorn's communications and promotion programs can run with the agriculture organizations in the Corn Belt.
The top logo was my first logo design that replaced an antiquated logo in 1998. It incorporated the National Corn Growers Association ear at the time to signify that Kentucky was an affiliate state. It is still in use for official Grower Association business. The bottom logo was introduced as an alternative brand, initially for the kycorn.org web site, in 2005. It was later adopted as a general promotional logo for joint Grower Association/Promotion Council projects.
The KyCorn web site has been through a dozen redesigns, as I was always trying to improve functionality and keep it fresh. I have provided 100 percent of the work on every site, from concept, to graphic design, to coding. I appreciate that web site design is much easier these days, which makes it easier for my clients if they need to take over. This is a SquareSpace site. View it at www.kycorn.org.
Grain Truck Promos
Farm families were featured on their grain trucks to share important production facts with motorists.
Corn Maze Signs
A set of 10 corn fact signs were designed for placement at local corn mazes, providing an educational component during fall festivities.