I absolutely love the original, creative, and whimsical design Neathyra created for my preschool. It was a great experience to work with Neathyra and I always got back edits right away.
Thanks it been pleasure dealing with you
So quick to respond to messages and so good at interpreting my vision and translating it into exactly what I wanted. Offered so many great options and displayed them on realistic mock ups of what my website would look like, tags and bags so that I could get a true sense of what the logo would look like. Made the process so easy for me.
- the lastwollue
Great designs, powerful image for our company. Our designer was very responsive and proactive as he continued to evolve our logo.
How J @ Mixedstreets.com started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Will & Erin
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell a series of products for mothers with mixed race children. We now want to start making a series of mixed race (bi-racial) children's bath/cosmetic products. First batch would be for shampoos, conditioners, and lotions. The target audience will be mothers with mixed race children. Children's ages are 0-13.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The name Will & Erin come from the two child models you'll see on our website http://www.mixedstreets.com. The product is inspired by them. If there are images we'll prefer them to signify people with mixed race origins - like Will & Erin on our site. Please picture the logo on shampoo bottles and lotions. We want it to stand out on a shelf and attract children and mother's alike.
The design should be young, vibrant and fun so it represents a children's brand but still maintain a cool, clean style.