Erika did a GREAT job on our logo. She took direction and feedback very well to create the perfect logo for our company.
- Kaizen Creative
Fast, Independent and reliable!
- IDEAist Designs
It was an absolute pleasure working with Leigh from IDEAist Designs. I personally admired her professionalism, responsiveness, patience, and above all her artistic sense and good taste. I would definitely love to work with her again in future projects.
Dino hit the nail on the head couple of hours after the start of our contest. He was the only one (from approx 50 designers) who really read our brief carefully and he met our expectations to the last detail. His design was far behind all other designers in spite of the fact that our contest attracted mostly top designers. If you want to save your time and get a top design fast - Dino is the right choice!!
Incredible work on my book cover for “Goddess in Training.” LilaM was efficient, knowledgeable, imaginative and intuitive. This was my first book cover and I felt supported all along the way. When I suggested edits, she got what I meant right away and was always on top of it. I’m thrilled with how my cover turned out! I’d work with her in the future with no hesitation.
How Mothergus started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Soggy Puffs is a parenting website which will have humorous articles, product reviews and the latest news. It will poke fun at raising kids and embrace parents just trying to survive the journey. A community for moms (and some dads) that want a little advice and a lot of laughs. Laid-back, honest, real, entertaining look at parenting.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
FYI: puffs are little baby snacks that have become wildly popular in recent years. I have attached a picture. When I thought of the name, it was after finding an old soggy puff from breakfast in the cushions of my couch. Also - when I think of the lettering I imagine thick, rounded and fat. Almost bloated. And I picture an illustration of a puff maybe with a bite taken out of it somehow incorporated into the design. Just some thoughts :)