Andor delivered strong creative ideas, attentive followup, and timely execution. He paid careful attention to my comments and responded with alternate solutions and/or requested modifications. He took the time to explain the value of the different file formats as I sought to insure I had everything I needed. He was a true partner in this process. I recommend him highly.
Awesome work and turnaround!
Great result, very easy to work with, always responded to my requests in a timely manner. Appreciate the hard work and most of all the outcome of the design!
So quick to respond to messages and so good at interpreting my vision and translating it into exactly what I wanted. Offered so many great options and displayed them on realistic mock ups of what my website would look like, tags and bags so that I could get a true sense of what the logo would look like. Made the process so easy for me.
perfect!! and very easy to work with. would definitely use again.
How Maggiehar started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Maggie Harryman Copywriting
What’s your company slogan?
Storytelling To Grow Your Bottomline
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm a freelance copywriter who specializes in storytelling for businesses (B2B). I work quite a bit in the wine industry (I live in the heart of wine country in Sonoma County, CA) but don't want to limit myself entirely to that industry (although I would happily do so if there was enough work!!). Storytelling has become somewhat of a popular buzzword in the marcom space since good storytelling can convert leads and produce spectacular sales results. As a published novelist, I have a unique edge over other copywriters in understanding how to craft a compelling story. I've been working on and off in the field while also writing fiction for the past 20+ years.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
As I said, I believe the fact that I'm a published author makes me unique in the copywriting space. Storytelling as a niche within copywriting is a way to capitalize/expand on that skill set. I'm putting together a mailing right now in which I plan to include a bookmark with the logo I choose. The bookmark is a way of communicating to potential clients my USP (copywriter+ fiction writer = corporate storyteller).