maulinC was a thoroughly professional designer, who worked with me actively and iteratively to create a logo that was right for my company. She not only has a good intuition for the subtleties of design, but takes criticism very well.
I can't recommend her enough.
I was very pleased with the quality of the design and its alignment to our brief, the final result is excellent.
Fantastic work! Thank you so much.
The new website will be live in January: giftstoyou.com
Looking forward to receiving the brand guidelines.
Thanks so much!
Great Designer! Creative and responsive. Any design alteration was acted on with flair. Hope to use again.
How mcgowan15 started their logo design journey
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No Wrapping is a web application that allows users to create online gift registries for weddings, showers, birthdays, and other events. Its target audience includes couples preparing for a wedding, parents, event organizers, etc.
The name "No Wrapping" refers to the fact that when a virtual registry item is purchased, its value (and not the physical item) is delivered to the owner of the registry. Therefore, no gifts actually get wrapped or shipped. This is a high-end, elegant "cash" registry site.
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The entire name should be included in the logo. Although a word mark alone could work, that would be unlikely to win this contest. A winning logo will likely include the name plus some minor additional design elements. See the logo.png example.
It is extremely important that this brand expresses class, sophistication, and a high-end experience. The brand should feel low-tech (even though it is not) and inviting. See the palette.png for a sample color palette.
Note that this brand needs to appeal to the wedding market as well as the broader online gift market. Therefore the brand should NOT include wedding specific elements, and it should NOT be overly masculine or feminine. However, we do expect that the majority of registry creators and shoppers will be women.