Teo is absolutely amazing. Aside from just the execution of design, he takes the time to better understand your vision and the client experience. What we enjoyed the most about working with Teo was that even before submitting a design, he read the brief and then had follow up questions. His questions allowed us to really think about what we wanted in our product and resulted in an amazing design that we couldn't be happier with. Would definitely recommend and look forward to using his services again for future projects.
- Antoine Delorean
Hey was creative a was easily reachable
- miss reny
The design suited my needs and specifications. Miss reny was friendly and efficient to deal with and responded to my requests.
- Ares HM
Awesome, thank you!
How Sally.percy started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Love Letters Publishing
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My organisation does copywriting and communication. I want it to specialise in providing content services for other businesses' websites e.g. writing and updating the website, writing blogs, articles, news stories, managing Twitter fees etc. The target audience is owners of small-medium sized businesses who don't have the time or inclination to maintain their own websites but want to keep it updated. My background is in journalism and copywriting for the finance and accounting sector so I would expect a lot of my clients to have businesses in that sector. It is a conservative sector, but I want my business to come across as bold, fun yet professional.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I'm in the communication business so I need a logo that has some wow factor. I was originally wondering if Love Letters could be built in an arc like children's building blocks as per the attached design (the arc is a bit off-centre!). When doing the logo, the Publishing bit can be kept small and the Love Letters bit can be big. I had to add Publishing in to get the website domain name that I needed, hence the name is so long. I see my brand values as creative, professional, fun, reliable, quality, bold, bright, attention to detail. You can find out about the sort of work that I do at http://www.sallypercy.co.uk
The logo will be used as the base of the design of the business website as well.
I am open to ideas so don't feel you have to follow my example, but I am looking for something striking.