Crazy Name, Serious Work.

My passion for detail, design and pixels has led the way toward my success today. More than a graphic designer, I want to be revered as a visionary, perfectionist, servant, innovator and solutionist (I know it’s not a real word but bear with me for a second).


I founded RandomizeMe Designs, in Buford, GA, on the principles of hard work, opportunity and the simple belief that conducting business should be enjoyable and exciting. After all, the average American will spend about a third of his or her lifetime working, might as well get comfortable with our trade.


And that’s where my company and I enter the picture, your business has so much to offer to its audience and consumers, so don’t hide your amazing products and/or services behind a logo  whipped up in Microsoft Word or even worse, Microsoft Paint! I specialize in creating top notch graphics that not only will define brand and style but will engage your clients and potential customers.


RandomizeMe is a call to action, hit me with your toughest, most outrageous problems and my team and I will construct custom solutions that will meet if not, exceed your expectations. Although I may not tout decades of design experience under my belt, I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to work on projects for a large percentage of Fortune 500 Companies, small start-ups and mid-size corporations. I've garnered the necessary skill-set to meet you at your current state and provide a plan to press ahead toward greater things. Thanks to my business relation with Perfect PlanIt, I’ve developed the necessary skill set to work efficiently under tight time constraints without the need to compromise on quality.


I strongly believe that customer retention is vital for the growth of any business, regardless of specialty, so I strive to work my best not only to offer cutting-edge graphics, but take the time to listen to the needs of each person and do my best to provide a road map to their destination.


It’s difficult to tell exactly when I took on the role of graphic designer, from a young age I’ve always been aware and intrigued by the beauty of design around me. In a way, my experience answers the age old question, “Which came first, the chicken or the egg?” From the clean aesthetic of a simple icon to the wonders Photoshop could accomplish, I longed to take a dive into this exquisite industry, but was unaware exactly on how to go about it. With that being said, most of what you see has been created by the help of tutorials on the web, and of course the grace God has poured into my life. I have a lot for which to be grateful.


I grew up in various Atlanta suburbs and began avidly designing in October 2008. I began my own business at the age of 19. While most people were busy trying to rank up in Call of Duty, I was sitting at my desk working on a design project for Modern Warfare 3 and Mountain Dew. The only regret I have is not starting my company sooner.


I’m a simple kind of guy, if you want to sit down to talk about your next project over a cup of coffee, I’m up for that, if you prefer to communicate primarily via e-mail, I’m cool with that too. ¡Y si prefieres hablar en Español, igual te puedo ayudar!


In the end, my company exists to make you look good.

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My work through the years:

2009 – Oscar Ovidio


It's like looking through fun elementary school art projects, isn't it?

2010 – Fortress Music School


Great job isolating that bass guitar there!

This was also a time when gradients dominated most of my work.

2011 – iPad Raffle


First time implementing

an Apple Device in a project, so cute.

It's fun to see the roots of my design work.

Humbling how drastically the visual appearance has evolved.

Caleb Alonso

Master strategist behind RMED.


Some of the awesome companies I've worked with:

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