I knew from the moment I saw Shana's illustration style that she would be the designer for me. I needed an illustrator who had the ability to draw sensual lines and likenesses with great style and aplomb. She did all that and so much more. She created a character portrait of me from reference photographs that I absolutely adore and will be tickled to share with the world. It has exactly the right feel to be representative of my podcast, horizontal with Lila. I asked for titillating, charming, warm, playful, and intimate in this design, and that is what I got.
She's responsive to requests and also will share her professional opinion if she believes you are going astray. It felt like a true collaboration. I will recommend her to everyone who will listen.
How Egray started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Aunt Bertha, Inc.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Aunt Bertha makes it easy for people to find food, health, housing and education programs.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the logo I have attached and my project is to improve upon this design. I'd like to make Aunt Bertha a bit older and a bit more jolly to appeal to a broader audiences. Think of the crazy aunt that we all have and love. I'd like my clients / users to come away with a "I like that lady and she makes me smile" feeling. The wording ('Aunt Bertha Connecting People and Programs') will remain the same.