Roadnet Technologies

Working with Karen Klinedinst of Klinedinst Design on our re-branding project in 2011 was an amazing experience. To this day, I still feel that I was almost able to pick individuals to make up my “dream team” for re-branding a company. We had a very formidable task in front of us—re-branding a company that was a carve out of a Fortune 500 company. While our product name had strong brand recognition, creating our own visual identity and core values separate from what we were known as for so long was difficult, but we had good stewards with Klinedinst Design. Their process was clearly defined with deliverables executed on time and within budget. I appreciated that the principals all had a stake in our success with the brand. To this date, we still get compliments on our new identity, core tenants and overall branding.”
—Cyndi Brandt, Roadnet Technologies

Horizon Foundation

In 2012, we embarked on a re-branding process as we sought to increase awareness as a funder and thought leader in promoting health and wellness in Howard County. We hired Klinedinst Design to create a new logo based on findings from the brand audit created by an outside communications firm. Karen Klinedinst worked closely with us and our communications firm to create a graphic identity that better reflects our mission. We love the colors and positive energy of our new logo, and it’s been well received in the community. Karen Klinedinst made the process a very pleasant experience. Her expertise and guidance in selecting an outside vendor for our business cards and business Stationery was invaluable.”
—Nikki Highsmith-Vernick, Horizon Foundation

Baltimore National Heritage Area

We have been working with Karen Klinedinst of Klinedinst Design for the past five years. They are a pleasure to work with and have always been able to negotiate the craziness our organization has thrown at them. The clean, clear and modern aesthetic of the visual identity that they developed for the National Heritage Area has been instrumental in branding the Heritage Area that we have transformed over the past five years.”
—Jason Vaughan, Baltimore National Heritage Area