Great designer. Communicated our vision for the brand with precision. Easy to work with.
Very impressed with Aboomar. Not only was the time taken to fully understand what I was looking for, the communication and response time was great! Highly recommend.
Dinyo was great. Creative design and very responsive throughout the design process.
We were seeking a more professional logo for our company and wanted a variety of designs to choose from. Initially we had chosen a design earlier in the process, but Insomner later offered a design that was unique in comparison to the others. Once selected, I was very pleased that she saw our vision, easy to work with, and was very accommodating. 5 star experience!
Excellent Experience. It was a challenging design and required a great deal of collaboration. Very happy with a very clean design communicating a complex message.
How melissalabishop started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a photographer looking to take photos for clients that want an artistic mind to complete their vision in a way that makes them feel good but that they are proud to share for years to come. My target audience is 16-49, Male and Female, a lot of other like-minded artist types and they will likely be Canadian until I reach an international market.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Purples: Imagination, spirituality, royalty and luxury.
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I want this design to be around a picture frame, or, brackets or something that denotes photography.
I also want this logo to be classic and sophisticated but for it to have a mysterious quality that engages people. I am looking to put this logo on a clear plastic credit card type of business card as well with my contact information in the frame.
I like typewriter fonts and easy to read fonts but I semi-hate helvetica because of its common-place overuse. I want the logo to be obviously associated with photography but with multi-layer metaphorical meanings. Pictures remind us of people that are away from us or who have passed on and thus I really want it to encapsulate that foreverness. Initially, I wanted the pi symbol in it and I was going to do [ piπ forever ] with the pi symbol inverted so it looked like a C but I am unsure of that because of the way the pi symbol looks like and how abstract that idea might be to some people. Perhaps incorporating the pi symbol as a picture frame is something I have toyed with.