Maharet did a most fantastic job! Additionally, her communication is very clear and she is most timely and responsive. We only have positive comments and feelings. It would be impossible for her to have done better! We are grateful and very impressed with her talent and intuitive talents.
- Carol and Kris
How frumpy started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Treatsa (treatsa.com) lets you order treats (starting with baked goods, like cookies, brownies, etc., but expanding into other arenas later, like cheese plates, wines, etc.) and have them hand-delivered to a recipient anywhere in the country. Think of it like Teleflora, but for food items rather than flowers.
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The customer is not overly concerned with price as items are expensive, especially with hand-delivery instead of snail mail. The goods will be fresh, local, artisanal, and appeal to the type of customer who would shop at WholeFoods. Most orders are expected to be gifts that are ordered from someone in one city to be delivered to someone in another city.
Freshness, hand-delivery, and quality are key differentiators and logo should convey the overall experience and quality difference.
Still debating as to whether to go by Treatsa or Treatsa.com and would like the winning submission to provide examples of both in case one version is used online and one is used offline.