Really great to work with even after the contest ended. He continued to do revisions for us until we were happy.
Creative, unique, responsive, positive. Overall an excellent experience!
- Fahrenheit 32
Incredibly flexible with our needs. Patient, reasonable and fast turn around!
How prettyspringfrog started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Life blogger with a passion for interior design. Alot of DIY projects. Life inside the box, is getting creative with the space you have. Its essentially making your dream a reality, without restraint. I really want people to have a life that they dont feel they need a vacation from. I think that takes the know-how to do. If you constantly listen to what contractors and others say in the industry they try to sell you something completly different from what you want to do. Leaving a person feeling sad about the change to their home. Eventually leaving the person to give up. I want to change that. I want people to know whats out there. Know the real stuff about the product not, just the stuff they want you to know so you wont choose it. Keeping them not have to do it. I feel making your home better and more asthetically pleasing is for any age. So I really want to focus more on making the logo what it needs to be.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I like metallic elements. Black and white are a solid for me.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The type is everything. Its wierd and wonky. Could toally see the glitterbox written in it. Typogoraphy is crucial in my design guys!
I love the simplicity of the initial. I feel it could get a little more abstract and still be good. Bends, angles, abstracts, and geometrics. When I look at my logo I want to feel intriguied, mysterious if you will. I want to go, "hmm who is glitterbox and what does she do.
I love holographic imagery, preferbly in the typefont. I also would rather not have a box with glitter coming out of it. Glitterbox is not just one thing it everything. Its about designing how you want, forget what the rules and rulemakers say. Thats what this logo should be. Unruly, twisted, abstract, geometric lines, postmodernism feel. Im thinking my letters GB as a symbol. The logo can be written out. Just think outside of it, more abstractly. Be unique. Think fun. Busy is also good. I hope this gives you a much better idea of what i want. If not please let me know how i can help.