We were unsure about the direction of the design but Brana kept working with me and offering suggestions. One finally 100% worked and we went with it.... after dozens of tweaks and changes but she was patient and we finally got it exactly right!
Mirjana was very quick, both in understanding what I wanted for a logo, and also in dellivering. Also very friendly and flexible!
many thanks, happy to work with you again in the future!
Super impressive designer and excellent to work with!
Creative and responsive
How Mini og meg started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Mini og meg
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Mini og meg is a new online store selling high quality products for kids in the age 0-6 in Norway, starting with stuffed animals, clothing and accessories.
The name "Mini og meg" means "Mini and me", referring to different relations for the child:
- A baby/child and his/her parent
- A baby/child and his/her stuffed animal friend
- A child and his/her baby sibling
The main product will be the online store, but the brand will also build a series of pregnancy and kids related apps/products:
- Pregnancy app
- Contraction counter app
- ..and more to come
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
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The logo should reflect the core values: being friendly, children focused, having quality products, being Scandinavian (but not necessarily having Scandinavian vendors) and focusing on the children's well-being. The site will have high quality photographs of the products, which reflects the idea of being a high end online store. We're not the cheapest, but not the most expensive either.
The logo should not have a rainbow of colors used. Monochrome is preferred, but this can be challenged. A monochrome version should regardless be part of the delivery. It should be possible to use the logo on top of and with bright brand colors. No brand colors has yet been defined, so it would be great to have the palette as part of the logo/brand delivery.
If any graphic elements is added (like an animal and/or a child) in addition to the wordmark, it should be kept simple. The logo should also scale, meaning it should be possible to use it in various settings:
- Simple enough to fit a social profile picture (or at least have recognizable parts of the logo fitting)
- To fill an office wall
- To make stickers, business cards and other stationaries