I very much enjoyed working with Naga Puspa. Her work was imaginative and professional. She listened to and understood the brief and delivered an elegant design, demonstrating strong commercial understanding and creative flair. Thank you very much indeed.
How fabricmousellc started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Fabric Mouse LLC
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are all about services for the individual and small business. Consultation, referrals, advocacy, employment services, secretarial pool, IT, data entry, and more. I've described it this way ... Small business is the fabric in the tapestry of a community. We the people are essential to their survival, dashing here and there like a mouse, unnoticed. Support comes from individuals - employees and patrons and neighbors, each necessary to make the whole system work. A symbiosis if you will, of mutual need.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Business & Consulting
Other color requirements
Orange, brown, yellow
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
For Phase One we are only focusing on 2 divisions (Silver for meeting with individuals to see how we can help personally and professionally whether it is helping them with employment services or family or finances, etc. and BamBam which helps small businesses with advertising, finding employees/temps, etc., and other services like IT, call center, data entry, and more.) We will have a publication as well (online and in print: Fabric Mouse NEWAD publication - an employment magazine/newspaper through our Silver Division). One other idea for Bambam was an ad that had a pitch like: "The pool is open, come on in..." but instead of a swimming pool it is like a secretarial pool of consultants and office personnel that are here to serve in whatever capacity the customer needs. We will expand later, but probably not for 3-6 months. Still, if your designers have better suggestions for the image(s) to lead with as a representative of the Fabric Mouse, LLC, I'm open to consider. Right now I'm looking to differentiate the two and know I will advertise differently for that. I am fairly happy with the sketches I show below for the divisions, it's the company logo I'm not so sure will work. I'm sure you have someone that can draw 1000 times better than my attempt at a sewn fabric mouse. I'm thinking more subtle than a photo or colorful sketch.