The experience with this Super Stefy was truly outstanding. The work was exquisite and professional, the communication was prompt and friendly, and throughout the whole process her patience and insight made the whole process a breeze. I recommend Super Stefy for all your log needs..!
Amazing Design and great feedback throughout project!
- Pau Pixzel
Pau is the best!
How nikipayne started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide hypnotherapy services to college students and working professionals in Southern California. I help people relax and find inner peace and personal freedom from mental anguish and emotional turmoil as well as change unwanted behavior patterns. Most of the clients I work with are creative types and artistic in nature who work in high-stress environments or just put a lot of unnecessary pressure on themselves. They value human connection, spirituality, travel and personal growth. They typically range in age from 25 to 45 on average. My company mission is to inspire freedom, growth, and creativity. Industry is actual mental health and personal development but those weren’t options and Spa came the closest to the industry I’m actually in. Clients have actually described hypnotherapy as a massage for their brains.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Green is the central color that resonates with me because it represents harmony. I like purple because it represents the mystery of serendipity, but I also like pink because it represents unconditional love and compassion while blue represents peace and calmness. I’m open to any color combination that looks the best yet feels hopeful and inspiring at the same time.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Simple and clean look
Simple and clean
Simple, clean, and abstract
Fun and simple design
Hypnodipity is a play on words when hypnosis and serendipity collides. I’d like a logo that some how conveys a “happy accident” that “bridges the gap” between “mind and heart” and operates like a symbol of “hope and inspiration” when people see it. I plan to use this logo on my website, business cards, and for social media pages and branded social graphics. Ideas for imagery: heart-shaped light bulb, butterfly, lotus flower, a music note... or a pathway toward sunrise, a bridge between two mountain, but the two latter ideas might be too complicated for the simplicity I’m going for. I really like Mindvalley’s logo.