Great to work with, very patient. I got sick near the end of the job and was traveling internationally but was still able to work with them to get everything our company needed. Would definitely recommend.
Incredible work and very much appreciated. Can't thank you enough.
c.madeleine did a wonderful, professional job. I'm very happy with her work and communication level. I'll keep her in mind if I ever need a logo in the future. Thanks, c.madeleine!
How PixieLife started their logo design journey
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Custom on location kids photography
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I want the logo to be on the simple side. I like the idea of it being hand drawn (as shown in attached sketch) but also want it to have a modern, clean, simple, polished look where at all possible (sample hand drawn font is not as simple and clean as I would like it). I want the logo to be a magic wand, but open to designer's choice (it just cannot be a pixie, otherwise I feel like it will take away the focus of it being a kids photography company and not a site for pixies!). I want to incorporate all 6 colors shown in sketch, but to keep that only in the logo image (ie. the wand), not the type. This logo will have to be used as a watermark on photos so I am leaning towards it being an emblem, but am open to it being a word and picture duo like the "Jaguar" example provided above. I really want the finished product to match my intended brand, which is child-like, bright and colorful and also custom and high-end since this is custom, on-location, boutique kids photography business. Hope this helps give you an idea! (Target audience: well-off city/suburb families (Bellevue/Seattle) who can afford to spend thousands of dollars on capturing their children's childhood. Also attaching images of my favorite kids photography work to give you an idea of the kind of images the logo will need to accompany.