the process was brilliantly easy to use for a non-digital guy.
Calikusu's design was amazing. She is very hard working very willing to communicate with us. Thank you very much for your hard work.
- Ada Lam
Creative Bug was always super fast with any changes and was all too happy to explore any ideas I had. I would highly recommend to anyone and would work with him again.
How jamie.artman started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Joyful Rhythmic Connections
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Drum Circle Facilitation and private/contractual Music Therapy Services. I am a Master's Level Board Certified Music Therapist, a trained drum circle facilitator and certified HealthRhythms provider, and overall mischief maker and spreader of joy through music. My target audience is anyone who could find benefit in utilizing music as a coping mechanism and creative outlet to reach personal and professional goals for self fulfillment and growth. I work with kids and adults of all ability levels in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Health and Wellness wasn't listed as an industry category, however that is the most accurate description. My mission is to use music to facilitate health and wellness in a variety of populations. I am a music therapist and drum circle facilitator looking to branch out on my own and develop my own practice. My specialty is psych, however I enjoy working with a variety of populations in all age and ability brackets. I'm also interested in branching out into corporate wellness by providing facilitated interactive rhythm events for team building, stress reduction, and burnout prevention.
In terms of design, I tend to lean toward earth tones and jewel tones. I like what rich/deep purples and magentas communicate, as well as earthy yellows and greens. That being said, I've been told to choose a logo that will still look good in black and white if need be. I'm ultimately looking for something that communicates joy, peace, well-being, and a deep connection with self and others. I've attached a couple documents with images and font ideas that I was browsing before I decided to get professional assistance with design. I'm looking for something artsy and creative, yet organically professional. I straddle the line between hippies and healthcare! :)