I highly recommend SHANAshay, the project went amazingly well! I am completely satisfied.
This is the second time Ranooshka has come through on a design for me. Great ability to take my ideas and transfer them into a design that is exactly what I am looking for. Easy and painless process.
Very good designer
MihaDesigns came in strong by being the first designer to read the design spec, which goes a long way toward making a customer happy. Two designs were offered, one that took the elements of the "story" we offered and presented them simply; another that was a completely different interpretation. While the latter was not to our taste, it at least showed that thought was being put into the work. As for the first, simple design, we were blown away. We thought it was perfect; for a while.
After approving this design, MihaDesigns came back with a new logo that made us forget about the first one. Building on the original, it was an incredible combination of simplicity and subtle details that made it the design to beat. We asked for some changes that we weren't sure would work and Miha came back quickly with results (and proved to us that our ideas had flaws). After that, we appreciated that there was not a continual flow of small, meaningless changes that would waste our time. The design held, showing the confidence and professionalism of the designer.
This Designer surprised us all. Both image and text were perfect. Thank you, MihaDesigns, for the incredible work.
How Roz28 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Fat Lady Slims
What’s your company slogan?
It ain't over till the fat lady slims
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Fat Lady Slims is the name of an mobile phone app and website that provides education about the science behind low carbohydrate diets. Its target audience is anyone who is overweight and looking to learn more about the science behind losing weight.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The name comes from the phrase 'It ain't over till the fat lady sings' so I'm maybe thinking that I'd like a logo that looks like an opera singer lady singing but somehow incorporates the fact that she was fat and is now thin and/or it would incorporate the large words 'The Fat Lady Slims' and maybe smaller, above it, the words 'It ain't over till'