Jason is a very gifted talent. To work with him was flawless, fun and fast. I highly recommend jason, if you want a professional looking logo. He just feels it.
This person came on as sort of a dark horse during the contest. Outstanding concept, wasn't afraid to something different, and delivered a polished result. I will use him in the future for certain.
Great design concept, and worked with me to make the design perfect!
- Andra Setiahatma
Andra developed a logo that we love. He was very accommodating with the small changes we requested and was prompt with his communications and with modifications on the design. Great work!
She created a beautiful design for our logo for our first business. We returned to her to edit it to logo our new business. She was responsive and easily adapted to our requests.
How kimberlygobok started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Embodied Lifestyle
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Note: Need to add (TM) trademark sign on to this.
Tagline: Tap Into Your Innate Potential (I want to see the logo with and without this incase it gets too cluttered)
About my business: I'm launching a lifestyle business later this year. Offering life coaching & mentoring services to women (services will be lightly complemented by yoga and essential oils). The Embodied Lifestyle is about guiding people to live with passion and purpose, through the practice of self-actualization.
Target Audience: Women primarily in their 30s, 40s, & 50s (may potentially expand to men in the future but haven't made a decision to change that yet)
Industry: Coaching & Mentoring a.k.a. towards personal development
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Primary: Teals & aquas followed by Coral
Secondary: Deep rose pink, dark blue.... accents of marigold or around yellow/orange can be used to accent and bring warmth to the logo
Current color palette (I'm open for you to optimize this as I want it to be more vibrant. Not pastel or washed out. This will be used mostly on a white background although I'd like to see the colors pop against black too)
Deep Rose Pink: 187/1/112
Dark Blue: 37/0/104
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have some precise design direction about embedded specific core elements into the design. (This will be included in the powerpoint document)
1. I made a melted crayon art piece that had a female silhouette. I extracted this hoping to convert this into the logo since the silhouette implies "breakthrough" (her coming out of the water). If you have ideas to enhance this visual or make it more polished, sharper, organic..etc. that would be great. This needs to be incorporated into the logo design.
2. The logo should also have elements of the Fibonacci Series a.k.a. the Golden Ratio. It's a very specific spiral. I wanted to use this to convey growth and emphasize how people don't experience the exact same moment in time despite going through similar.
3. I had some initial logo design drafts using the Proxima Nova font and Freeland script font for now (I'm open to changing these where the font can either be more free-flowing like water to show movement... maybe not a script but it can be some kind of handwriting). I thought the logo needed to be upleveled somehow... something that would make it more organic, creative, and dynamic without looking like some amateur cartoon/clip art... I'm all for trying to either improving on what I provided or redesigning it into something way more compelling. I'd be interested to see designs bringing in the logo into the business name or outside of it.