Showed something different than what everyone else was doing, made revisions when I asked and suggestions when I wasn't sure what was needed. Thank you for a great design!
Love working with ilikesunny
Always a pleasure and beautiful outcomes!
Cpir was AMAZING to work with! From the start, we loved her designs and she took the time to give us so many options! It was hard to choose our favorite, but once we did, she quickly got our files ready and sent over. She was great with communication and she is very talented. We can't wait to use the new logo for our rebrand! Highly recommend!
- citra designs
Citra's attention to detail really sold the deal!
amazing work as always
How megan O1U started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am starting a blog celebrating children's literature and picture books. I am an expert in literacy education and a mom to three children under three-years-old--but I still do cool stuff. The blog will include book reviews, book lists, teaching/parenting tips, and personal commentary. My target audience is moms and dads of young children who are hip, art and design savvy, educated, and want to know what is trending in children's literature and picture books. A secondary audience would be teachers and librarians.
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
There should be chickadee and something related to books /reading/literature in the design. I would love to see some humor and quirkiness! It should be mature-ish and modern--no chalkboard fonts, please, and try to make chiche images (e.g. a bookworm or an apple) really special and offbeat. I would love to see black and white with some color that pops. Absolutely check out my Instagram @chickadee.lit. Other Instas to check are @averyandaugustine @ohcreativeday and @happily.ever.elephants. Some children's books I enjoy are are 'I Want A Monster' by Elise Gravel, 'Young Charlotte, Filmmaker' by Frank Viva, 'Bob: The Artist' by Marion Deuchars, 'Little Red' by Bethan Woollvin, and 'Last Stop on Market Street' with illustarations by Christian Robinson. I also could enjoy a vintage vibe. I like the look of the 'This Is...' series by Miroslav Sasek and 'Pierre' and the other Nutshell Series titles by Maurice Sendak.