Ela was simply phenomenal. She was deeply connected to her work, has a very profound philosophy behind her designs, and has an ability to offer a variety of styles and aesthetics. Her work has soul and flair. She seemed super passionate about the work she was doing and was incredibly responsive. The work was extremely fast. The logo concepts offered were just so stylish. Everyone I show the logos to really seems to love them.
Thank you Ela,
Looking forward to working together again.
Tasa was very responsive, easy to work with and provided lots of design options.
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Very happy with work, was willing to give other file formats after completion of project
Great designer, quick to response, excellent quality.
Oscar is Absolutely incredible! Very talented, efficient, fair and professional! We will certainly contact him for future works!!
Zammax was great to work with. He had any request done almost immediately. Very pleasant to work with.
How sblesl started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
WingBuilder provides coaching and training for personal growth, career development, and parenting - target audience is heart-centered women who want to be more creative, courageous, and compassionate in their careers and in their families.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
Open to ideas, but I especially like violet/deep purple, hunter or dark green, maybe some brown and/or blue accents. Or it could be very bright and multicolored (I love Mary Engelbreit's and Jim Shore's designs/colors). If the angel has a skin tone or hair color, it should not be obvious what her race is, as I want to be inclusive.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have a very specific character image in mind that I would like incorporated with the logo - a female angel lifting and launching a bird into the sky (her wings and the wings of the bird should be prominent). I tried to draw her, but got a little carried away with too many curly cues! So I will attach my drawing here, along with a wall decoration that inspired the idea. If you could incorporate a character like this one or a similar idea into the logo, that would be great! I'd love to see other possibilities with the word art as well - maybe a capital W with a wing coming off the left side, etc. I'd like it to be either colorful, fanciful and whimsical...or elegant and natural with earth tones.... almost like the elves from the Hobbit. It's important that the two words in the logo are attached, not separated, with a capital W and B -- like this: WingBuilder. Would like a font that evokes a feminine, almost fairy-tale quality, but not too childish looking. Again - these images I've attached are too detailed for a logo, but it gives you the idea of the character I'm looking for.