Tasa is a very talented designer and she is very professional. She worked on my project from the start with patience to get it exactly how I wanted. She has great vision for designs and can incorporate the exact feel you are looking for and she will work until she gets it right. I will def be working with her again in the future!
- aarif ™
Aaarif is simply amazing:
- English is not his mother tongue, but communication went smooth
- He is very accommodating, in case your budget is limited.
- He comprehended the brief easily and the whole process was a easy ride.
Undoubtedly, I would work with him again and recommend his services.
How TiliaKJ started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Linden Tree Press
What’s your company slogan?
For Those Who Love to Read
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Linden Tree Press is a small publisher of high quality books and e-books. Its target audience is adult readers, probably primarily female (since women buy over 80% of all books).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Here's what I imagine: a silhouette of a reader seated under a linden tree with a book on his/her knee. I like the look of the Amazon Kindle logo, but with key differences: I want the distinctive umbrella shape of the linden tree. Also, I imagine the words "For Those Who Love to Read" under the tree. Finally, it needs to be different enough overall that no one confuses it with the Kindle logo (and none of us gets sued for copyright infringement). I imagine a gold leaf design against a forest green background, but it needs to work well in black and white too. I want a crisp, modern feel that is also timeless--that is, classic enough that it won't look dated in a few years. The logo should indicate that this is a high-quality product. Also, I'd like to see designs both with and without the words "For Those Who Love to Read." I hope that's helpful and not too fussy.