Great design and great designer. Cooperative and fast responsive - nice to work with you!
The designer really understood the brief and my target market and presented me with a number of stunning options. She went a step further and showed the designs in realistic situations - really bringing them to life. I would definitely work with her again. I thoroughly recommend her.
- Abdul Basith
Abdul came up with creative based on the original description, communicated with me from the very first entry and followed up every request. Thank You.
Dovizioso provides the first design and we loved it from the start. It matched our brief perfectly and he was so easy to work with.
- Van Augur
Great designer who works fast and listens to direction well. Made the process easy.
How anna.elizabeth.w started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
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Marketing strategy consulting with a focus on communications, brand, and content creation for early- to mid-stage tech start-ups
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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I'm a one-woman consulting shop (as opposed to a multi-person agency); Want to emphasize creativity without getting too wild or artsy-looking (still wanting to position myself as a professional, knowledgable resource); I do some writing myself but don't want to hyper-focus on this since I do additional strategy and higher-level planning; Since my name is long, I don't necessarily need it as a central component of the logo as long as it's memorable
UPDATE: I'm finding that I like logos that utilize my initials into a memorable logo (that could be used in places where I don't have room for my full name), or some type of containment rather than just a script-style writing of my name. Bonus points for some subtle flair -- I'd love to see something like a line that looks hand-drawn (maybe with an inkblot?). There's also opportunity for more creative interpretation of what I do: is there a way to represent writing and analytics? Think typewriters, pens, keyboards, graphs, metrics, etc.