A very nice design, by a very responsive designer!
- Project 4
Great job :) Will work with again
fairybrand did an excellent job on our image. Incredibly fast with the initial design and super responsive with the changes. Can't wait until our next project!
- yvette 4
Peter is very creative and also very easy to work with!
The designer listened to our feedback and happily made changes as requested.
How Blieber started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are building an authority website for "photogifters" -- people that turn photos into gifts for family and friends. We will be a gifting resource that provides authoritative advice and ideas to help turn awesome photos into the most joyful, meaningful gifts on earth. Photogifters can be millenials, family memory keepers, moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents who all value the importance of sharing photos.
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There is a playful, fun, informal aspect to this that I like.
The use of a geometric shape to hold the company name was interesting.
This seemed to be spot on for the type of company it represents...the colors combined with the modern type face was appealing.
The type treatment is clean and modern.
nice type choice, simple, creative look and feel.
Modern typeface, simple mark.
Liked the sense of motion you see in the hand...and the clean typeface.
great use of one color...and the mark (a bird) gives the logo playfulness without sacrificing seriousness.
Liked the use of colors and modern typeface.
the mark is intriguing...the type modern.
The site will offer reviews and recommendations of photo gift products. This could range from wall art (canvas prints, metal prints, acrylic prints, framed prints, prints on glass) to home decor (e.g. photo blankets and pillows), drinkware (e.g. coffee mugs, water bottles, travel mugs customized with photos), large photo prints (e.g. panoramic or poster size) and novelty gifts (like photo puzzles, coasters, lockets, etc). In the end, we are trying to "elevate" photogifters into a special class of people who value the joy of making photo gifts and the joy of seeing their recipients' uninhibited excitement when receiving such meaningful gifts. We see featuring videos from these photogifters and expect they'll offer tips and ideas to their fellow community members.
Finally, we'd be interested in seeing a few concepts where the word "gift" is somehow accentuated so people don't misread the entire url.