It was a great process. The time deadline I personally found was too short. The outcome was good. Andrea was very responsive and helpful although our time difference was apparent. Would highly recommend 99 designs and have already done so. Thank you to Andrea and 99 designs to helping me.
How AileenAlannah started their logo design journey
Keep It Together
I am a 74-year-old great grandmother of four (soon-to-be five) who has spent her life being organized. This quality has enabled me to work full time while keeping a happy home and rearing three great kids and helping to rear six grandchildren. I have come up with an idea for a product that everyone should have, especially seniors. I want my logo to promote the idea of security and organization. It should be serious, but not dull.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My first product is geared toward seniors, but I do not want my logo to limit me to them. Plans for future products include families, adults, children, and pets. Because this is a new product, peope will need to be educated about it before they purchase it. This product is intended for people who are trying to keep up with the demands of a busy life, people who have learned to depend on themselves and take care of their own needs, people who are not afraid to learn and try something new. They are smart and confident. Independent. Self-reliant.
All designs must be original work. They should not include stock photography or clipart images. The name of my company is Keep It Together, LLC. (My trademark is KeepItTogether). Note that the first letter of each word spells "KIT." with the first letter of each word in caps. The word KIT, if used, should be written in the same caps, to enhance the connection.
My products are kits that include various forms to help people organize certain aspects of their life. The kit is contained in a smart-looking portfolio. So part of the logo might include a portfolio. I'd like to emphasize security. I believe that the internet is not secure; a manual kit is. People want to depend on themselves for keeping stuff together--organized and secure. So if they carry a portfolio, they are responsible for the security of the items within. I think a kangaroo with a portfolio in her pouch might help to get across the idea. But I am open to all ideas.
I am open to all colors, but my color scheme includes teal, limey green, purple, silvery gray and black.
Format requirements include Adobe Illustrator with .ai or .eps and any one of the following: .jpg, .pnf, .gif, .bmp, .pdf or .doc.