He was happy and patient to hear my feedback as we were on opposite time zones.
it has been great working with you
- rl X
Ryan has been an integral part of our brand development and product launch. Could not do it without him!
Excellent designer. In fact the first proposal he made for our logo was already the right one, with only a change in colour and it was the best of more that 200 submissions. Very helpful and cooperative also in finalizing all the details after awarding the design. Will surely use him again for our design work. Thanks!!
How infoTB started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
calm beauty brooklyn
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
An elegant yet unpretentious skin care studio is tucked away in a historic Brooklyn brownstone. Providing results-oriented skin care to career women using luxurious organic and natural skin products and the latest non-invasive technology to enhance the skin's natural beauty and healthy functioning, safely and effectively treating acne, rosacea, uneven tone, wrinkles, etc.
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
I have rebranded my skin care practice and need a new logo. This logo will be used for my website and business card.
Mood I want to portray: peaceful yet powerful; elegant yet unpretentious
What I like:
- My mascot is a mourning dove, a peaceful bird that sings a gorgeous song. The bird represents the peaceful elegance of the Calm Beauty Brooklyn skin care studio. The bird's position shouldn't be flapping or open winged; that would read like flight or aggression. The position I need represents peacefulness preferably sitting within a wreath.
- Wreaths, scrolling or other framing to bring together the bird and name. I've included images below that give an idea of how the edges would look. As you see, they're not floral or very leafy. The picture that most relates to me is IMG 0886 (the art deco light).
- Fonts - I prefer lower case letters for the whole name, not script, not italics, very readable; open to options. As the competition goes on, I am choosing more designs with modern classic styles.