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- Renata S
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How gwensdough started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I sell frozen cookie dough. The dough comes individually portioned so that all a person has to do is put the dough ball on a cookie sheet and bake. There are 12 dough balls in a single layer in a clear plastic container. The dimensions of the container are 9"x7.5"x2".
The people who buy my cookies are busy families: 2 parents working with children living at home, and seniors who do not want to make cookies for themselves but want the home made taste. Upper middle class. These are people who like the though of home made cookies and are willing to pay more for a product that is made in small batches with fresh ingredients.
This is a premium product that is being sold in boutique stores. So the logo has to look classy, unique, and suggest to the buyer that they are buying something special.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I do not want a lot of different colours in the label.
Colour is going to be used to distinguish between different cookie dough types. So the logo would be more neutral in colour (Browns.. for cookies???)
Under the logo will be, for example, a red bar of colour with the words Chocolate Chip Cookie written in white. Oatmeal dough will have a yellow bar with Oatmeal Raisin written in white.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the graphic of the bird...the image is engaging. I like that it does not 'read' complicated but there is depth to the image. Like the different weight to the lettering
Like the way the title incorporates an image
Do not like the font style.
Like the colour balance between the tree and letters. Tree graphic is a design style that I like
Like the curve of the smaller lettering under the main wording
like the pure, clean, simpleness of this design.
I like how easy this design is to understand. I bit too simple for what I want but I like that it is easy to read.
Like the curved shape of the top lettering and that an image is incorporated with words
Is a bit busy for what I would want in a label
Like how the image is two things in one. Easy to read lettering. Do not what cursive type of font.
Like that there is a single image and easy to read wording. However, I do not want to have an animal in my logo
Like the colour graduation and the way the image and wording are as one visual piece. This is simple, easy to read and understand
The logo has to be able to be used with different types of cookies...eg chocolate chip, oatmeal, gluten free. I am thinking that the different types of cookies would have a colour change in the name of the cookie...eg brown for chocolate chip, yellowish for oatmeal etc. So the logo itself should not be filled with colour
Would like something in the logo that makes my product stand out.....so nothing too generic. It can be a recognizable image in the logo, but, like in the design inspiration sample of the bird or the pear, the image has something unique about it.
The finished label will have cooking instructions on it as well which will take up space on the label.