Anita went above and beyond and is very easy to work with. Her creativity was amazing and we are excited to continue working together with clients
Tasa was very responsive, easy to work with and provided lots of design options.
Very accomodating to all my requests and very elegant designs. Thankyou :)
- artistique ™
Fully satisfied with the designer's professionalism and responsiveness, looking forward to build a long-term relationship with such talent.
The designer understood what I was looking for, and reviews were fast and accurate. Easy to work with, and good quality.
How jessicanicoleturner started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Stretched Too Thin
What’s your company slogan?
A 14-day course to overcoming the hustle & thriving as a working mom (in all likelihood, because of length, this will just need to be typeset in a way that is pleasing with the Stretched Too Thin title.)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This logo is for an online course targeted at working moms in America, primarily between the ages of 25-45. I am looking for a logo that is fresh, clean and not too busy. The course will be a video-based course and will have an accompanying workbook.
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:
I am open to color choices, though be mindful that the color should pop on the screen. Please stay away from light colors, and the combination of blue and pink.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The topics that will be covered in the course include: family, kids, marriage, home management, community, health, passions and hobbies. The goal is to empower moms to make changes in their lives that will take them from surviving to thriving.
Please stay away from light colors, especially baby pink and blue. Keep in mind that while the audience is mothers, they are also professional women and the mark should have a professional feel. That said, vintage style logos or flourishes are welcome for consideration. Feel free to create some sort of mark or emblem, but stay away from the use of STT or any other iteration of the letters.