Excellent to work with. True artistic professional.
- Maxwell Renovations
- Sophie Dale
Understood and acted on feedback quickly and produced something that met the brief exactly. I would definitely work with RoBala again!
- James McEntee
- The Braven
Extremely happy! Guys did a very creative work, provided many variants/ideas/options, and did a number of changes to create exactly what we had in mind!
Ellen was great. She was very prompt in all responses and seemed to capture the feeling of the company. Very creative and very professional. Great to work with.
How megand started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
refuge in grief
What’s your company slogan?
not necessarily included in the logo, but the tagline is: when everything is not okay.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm launching a grief support website/business. The site provides acknowledgment and support in intense grief caused by out-of-order death, catastrophic illness, or life-changing injury. More details in the attached design brief.
And "education" chosen as an industry isn't accurate, but it was the best match from the list.
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
please be sure to read the design brief - it explains a lot. Most of the existing online grief resources play heavily on the whole white dove, phoenix rising, triumphant imagery thing. Please don't do that. Check out goldenwillowretreat.org for a good, non-typical grief site logo, and I love the pen and ink logo at saltfatwhiskey.com. To get a sense of my style, check out my blog - notevenawren.blogspot.com: that's my photo on there, of the sea urchin. The black and white logo uploaded is also mine - ink and cut paper. The other image is the current cover of the cd package. Lots of nice lantern imagery in the uploads. I love the tree with heart and lantern - not the fairy, and no bird cage. But still - I like the natural element of the tree, the texture, the lantern. So - possible imagery for the logo - lantern, non-dorky hearts - I don't know. Not tied to anything in particular yet - I know the sense of it, but not the image. Could be a wordmark, could be graphic. Read the brief, look at my style. What do you get? Lay it on me.