Linnea approached the project with a very original, fresh design that met our objective but with creativity. She was very responsive and pleasant to work with as well.
Great Design, and FAST completion. AAA+++!!!
- White Wisteria
Very creative design. Well done.
How eohouston started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
An online subscription service for consumers interested in products that preserve human rights and the environment. Most people refer to these as ethically-made products.
Our target audience is women who want to be fashion-forward while also using their purchasing power to support the causes they believe in. These are typically college-age or late 30s-mid 50s, and could be students, busy moms, and professionals.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
No pinks in the design, and we would like the logo to be gender neutral. Also the "l" in lively is lowercase, please do not submit logo designs with an uppercase "l".
Our brand is trying to stay away from anything too "crunchy" or "hippie." We have a focus on fashion just as much as social good, and we do not want a logo that communicates you must compromise on style if you wish to shop more ethically.
Finally, we want people to "feel good" when shopping with us. The logo should be hip, fun, and aspirational.
Please note: the logo examples selected from the gallery are not exactly what we are aiming for overall, but each one shows certain qualities that we'd like our logo to convey. The Locaray logo is simple yet playful; the one boutique logo is for a fashion company yet gender neutral; and the framed art and retweet logos lean toward the obvious side without being too obvious.