What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Business & Consulting
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Aquas: Empathy, compassion, clarity and precision.
Light neutrals: Purity, balance and sophistication.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
A key focus is shift and transformation. I like to help my clients--either individuals or organizations--identify what's getting in the way of their success and helping them build a plan to shift towards their desired state...to create transformation. When coaching, I tend to work pretty deep with clients...tapping into underlying beliefs, conscious and unconscious assumptions and structures. Here is what one client said about my work:
"I continue to be amazed at your ability to pull out instruments from your coaching toolbox that have a very good fit to the challenge we are trying to solve. Not only do you have a good sense for what tools to use, but I really appreciate your skill in applying them. The result is that I end up with new perspectives and insights that are very helpful to me – first, to address the challenge at hand, but also to help me “sharpen the knife” and become a more effective person."
While Azulin is a made up word, it is very close to "lazulin" which means both light blue and truth (which I really like). I chose the word because it is lovely sounding, beautifully shaped, and starts with an an "A." I love the idea of working off the light blue, using tone on tone color (variations of light blue--not too bright please--blue gray and gray...doesn't not have to be this, but it might be an interesting direction to pursue. other color combos ok to pursue). I think something abstract and geometric would be nice. Squares or triangles. AZULIN has some nice triangles in the word when all caps. I also think it's OK to play with the informality of lowercase. I really want the result to be elegant, but not too too feminine (although I am a female proprietor).
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the logo and hosted website?
I prefer clean, elegant, minimal with white space. I like san serif font, perhaps in gray (as long as you can read it). That said, I do not like websites all the homepage screen real estate is taken up by branding causing a lot of scrolling. Please see the direction given to the logo design.
Jimdo templates to explore
Homepage: this should feature abstract color and the logo with a high-level overview of the business with a few testimonials
Services: a listing and description of the services provided, maybe another few testimonials.
another option is to keep the other pages clean and have a page for "kudos" or "testimonials" (kudos is a cooler looking word) if you think that would be cleaner.
About: features a photo and bio of me
Contact: my contact information