Ambika was great; she was patient and listened to my needs to create a great logo for my business.
Very responsive and professional.
Quick, very easy to work with, responsive and customer oriented. A pleasure to work with - has already done 2 designs for us and we will definitely be in contact again for future design needs!
- semut hitam
Thanks again for all your help with this project. As always, it was a pleasure to work with you!
Vanai produced a very unique design. We are thrilled with her work. And she was very helpful in producing multiple variants on that design theme. Between all the competing designers, we received over 170 designs to choose from and Vanai's design stood out from the crowd, well done and thank you!
- difa design
How superhelix started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Brilliant Botanics (With the logo displayed as simply, 'Brilliant') is an personal care products company that is targeting Millennials with fun, accessible products, packaging and design. We will sell products such as lotions, creams, soaps, shampoos & conditioners, bath bombs, etc. that use all natural ingredients and clear labeling. We will make our products highly approachable and affordable while at the same time position ourselves as a 'hip', 'modern', 'media-savvy' brand that can have cross-over appeal to men and women alike. Think bright colors, bold lettering, and simple, minimalistic package design.
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 spirit of this logo should be modern, fun, simple, approachable, hip, progressive, and on trend.
I would like to see logo implementations that simply use the word 'Brilliant' and also use both words, 'Brilliant Botanics'. It's ok to use all lowercase if you think that works best to make the brand more approachable.
Ultimately this logo will be used most prominently on package design, and so think about how to make the logo versatile in that manner - it doesn't need to have any associated iconography if that doesn't make sense. I think doing something with the typeface itself could be enough.