She was genuine and unique in her ideas, talented, professionell, delivering generously more versions at once, picking up all aspects of the briefing, always very quick, open to all feedbacks, precise in revisions, she was kind in the conversation. I am pleased and really happy with the result and the process. Loved it. Absolutely recommendable.
How Intrigue started their logo design journey
We are starting a fashion jewelry business and will focus on contemporary and classic designs. Our jewelry line will look like the "real stuff' you would find at high end jewelry stores, but it will be quality fashion jewelry made with cubic zirconias. We will promote an upscale and classy image. Most of all I would like to see the logo utilize original concepts.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Women between the ages of 20 to 60. Our styles will range from contemporary trendy to classic elegance. We target the everyday woman who wants to have fun wearing jewelry but not spend alot of money for it.
I am open minded about the design. I would like to see the word "Adeena" be especially beautiful and perhaps unique/custom. I like these type of fonts: Ambassador Script, Flemish Script II, Park Avenue, Citidel Script. (I am open minded to anything else that is not script.) These are inspirational fonts, but to use them exactly they way they are would not be original. I want the letters to be EASY to read (some fonts are way too frilly). The primary focus is on the word "Adeena." The word "Jewelry" is secondary. The logo images could be floral, organic, nature inspired, or shape inspired. Like: butterlfiy, leaves, flowers, diamonds, simple fleur-de-lis, etc. I like the idea that the image could be flowing like a piece of jewelry. Our colors are a rich Navy Blue & Silver. I want a white background. I would like to see a SIMPLE yet ELEGANT design. I also envision a logo that has a horizontal flow to the eye. Probably would not like scroll work framing the logo on any sides. Would like to see the "image" element to the right of the wording (or left, maybe). An elegant grunge design could work, too.