Alicia created a beautiful logo which captured the feelings I wanted to be portrayed in the logo of Mama's toffee, to be current, modern, yet have feeling of family traditions. She was very responsive to suggestions and provided additional concepts, which were amazing, and also another part of the reason she was the winner. She over delivered on everything!!
- Kang Nank
Kang Nank was super original and creative. He was timely and quick in getting his designs in as well as making revisions. We will definitely be working with him again in the future
Great designer. Very responsive to my feedback and requests.
- Robin ™ ☑
Great designer. Very responsive and is happy to assist client with requests.
How DinahE started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Sapia Law Firm
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I advocate for my clients's business and property rights, and guide them on the extent of their obligations and duties in real property matters, business contracts, and employment issues. Clients want someone strong, capable, intelligent, knowledgeable, experienced, and persevering...
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the way the design makes you figure out what it is saying, and its simplicity.
I like the play on words, coloring, and simplicity.
I like the juxtaposed picture from the wording.
I like the strength in this picture, large lettering, structure.
I like the sense of capability this icon conveys.
I like the simplicity, floating feeling, coloring, and font.
This looks inviting.
I like the simplicity and strength in design.
I thought this picture matched the subject.
One idea I had is that the symbol for "statute" (which makes up our laws) are two "S" letters, with one above the other, overlapping (also called a "section symbol". I thought it would be interesting to make the "F" look identical to the "S" and overlap them. (Photo enclosed) So it would read Sapia Law Firm, and the "S" and "F" would be reminiscent of a section symbol. Just one thought. Thanks.