Rare Elements Kickstarter

While many of us at The Nerdgency actively support a variety of nerdy projects on Kickstarter, until […]

Lone Wolf Development (Realm Works, Hero Lab and Army Builder)

As we mentioned previously, we worked with the Orc Stomp 5k, at Gen Con, to improve their brand identity and race signage. After joining forces with Orc Stomp’s mostly volunteer staff, we met Liz who already worked for a company knew and loved, Lone Wolf Development. For those who don’t know, they’re the nerds who created Hero Lab, character creation software…

The Nerdgency exhibits at Cincinnati Comicon

If you were at CincyCon, you may have seen our bright orange, Mac-lined Nerdgency booth! We met new friends, hassled old ones, and collected a boatload of business cards.

This was truly a comic-lover’s con, featuring a multitude of cartoonists and artists from all genres of comics. In between talking about the cool things we do, The Nerdgency crew wandered the floor to buy art, chat with people about their art, and admire art from afar.

Gen Con 2013

Another Gen Con is in the books, and it’s the first at which The Nerdgency had a […]

Cincy Comic Con Booth Booked


We have a booth!

Thanks to a successful Kickstarter project, the first annual Cincy Comic Con will be held in Cincinnati on September 2-8. And we’re in there like swimwear.

Now the trick is figuring out the best way to show the people of Cincinnati, and any visiting dignitaries, what The Nerdgency is all about. I mean, besides obviously nerdy things. Inspirational process videos? Fresh beats? Free swag? Contests? All of these are on the table but we need to figure out what works best with the space.

We’ll keep the website updates with booth progress. Go and grab a pass from the Cincy Comic Con website. Should be great weekend.

Exploratory Project in Motion

In order to better understand the small business world of gaming, we decided to offer our services, pro bono, to a local gaming store; Newport Games of Latonia, Kentucky. I have personally ran and driven by this shop for years now and always thought about how I could upgrade their logo and signs and now I am actually doing it. Yay us?

After meeting with the owner, he agreed to let us have a shot at redesigning his logo, website and any other materials we could produce. We quickly remade the Newport Games logo for them to use at CincyCon, a small, local gaming convention.


It’s easy to make quick upgrades to a logo as you see above, but we want to do more in the future. Currently we are working on three logo variations and a couple of ideas for the website to integrate Newport Games’ Ebay inventory with WordPress. More to come.