Excellent design! Ririn is extremely creative and exceeded my expectations. I am thrilled with my new logo and will definitely use this designer again. It has been a wonderful experience.
This designer was very easy to work with and responded quickly to any requests for changes. I am thrilled with my new logo that represents my brand perfectly.
- Laurel P
How Leap4words started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Leap for Words
What’s your company slogan?
No, but "New York" could be included (at the bottom, e.g.) along with "Leap for Words."
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Leap for Words is the name of a self-publishing company. I've used it as the name for my freelance editing business for 25 years, and now that my husband and I are writing books and self-publishing, I want to continue to use this name for that business, too.
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
This is like an adult coloring project! The take on my draft of the logo, especially the use of colors within the heavy black lines, should be used so that someone can make out the L 4 W that are embedded in it. I'd like to preserve the straight-line geometrics of my draft. I'm imagining the color version looking like the "stained glass" crayon drawings I used to make as a kid.
I like my draft, but if you think up a way to take this "stained glass"/"embedded L4W" idea better, I'm all "ears"!
Finally, besides being able to be cast in B&W and still show the gradation of tones (meaning the shades of gray will replace the colors used in the color version), the logo also needs to look great small (e.g., on the spine of a book, on a business card one day) as well as larger (e.g., on a book's title page, on the back cover of a book, and on a website one day).