Very flexible and thoughtful design ideas. Good communicator. Against stiff competition Designkenyastar captured the essence of what we were trying to convey best.
How joyce.lew started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Words for Life
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I do speech and language therapy for kids and adults. I have an office that is built like a home so that I can bake and make all sorts of things with kids and their parents (christmas trees, cards etc). We also go to the supermarket, zoo, park etc. This allows me to teach parents how to promote language development while children are doing what they love. Grown-ups may need work for listening and/or speaking more effectively. We may be at the cafe to practise listening-in-noise, or at the office making phonecalls, preparing for a presentation, or talking about a holiday. The idea is that ‘therapy’ does not feel like drill work, and feels instead like getting better at communication while doing something that is an enjoyable part of your day.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
fun, but a bit too childish for me
its simplicity and representation of the name
i do like colour, even though many of the clean designs I have chosen are B&W.
depiction of natural space
complexity in lines and colour, but still 'clean'
bit of fun, but not overdone. not to children which helps. I do not want adult clients to think this is a child-only service.
this space is about language in life. I don't have pictures of myself and clients (because I do the therapy), and neither do I have pictures of myself with adult or adolescent clients who need more privacy. Think of us hanging out at cafes. Speech drills (repeating words from a list over and over) and flash cards are banned from my workplace.