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- Sarah Miller
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How ckaram started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
solecleanse (all lower-case)
What’s your company slogan?
the sole grooming boutique.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
solecleanse offers a "pick-up" and "drop-off" service for grooming sneakers. we do not simply polish/clean; we groom, by hand.
our primary target audience are fashionable sneaker-heads that spend some good cash on limited/collectible sneakers, and want to maintain and protect them.
our secondary target audience is everyone who owns a pair of sneakers, or more. be it active people that own Nike's that need grooming, or a few Vans or Converse shoes that need cleaning, or even parents who want to clean their children's sneaks. Everyone who owns a sneaker, despite its purpose, that need it to be cleaned.
with a few simple clicks, you request a pick-up, we fetch it, groom it and return it good as new.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
important things to keep in mind:
1. we have selected "Fashion" as the industry since we are not a cleaning company that caters for the mass. we are a luxury, chic boutique that grooms shoes.
2. we start with sneakers, but envision to branch out into other shoes in phase 2 e.g. men & women's formal shoes, loafers, boots and so on. so make sure the logo does not scream sneakers, or streetwear, but rather "sole".
3. we are leaning more towards words only in the logo; however are more than open to graphics, but very subtle and minimalist e.g. geometric or creative e.g. tip of shoe lace.