Thanks, SeaStarStudios for completing our project so quickly! We appreciate the beautiful design and communicating with us during the project cycle.
Very reactive and timely manner , very simple and creative approach
Fantastic response from all our preliminary requests with numerous revisions during the contest. Great design and we got what we were asking.
- tom su
Fantastic design work and exceeded our expectations.
DeGab created a design that was exactly the aesthetic I wanted for the vision of Apprecia Post. She is extremely talented, incredibly easy to work with, generous with her time and advice, and very communicative. I would work with her again anytime.
How juliesheehan started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
"Eat something good" however I can be persuaded either to include it or not.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
What we do: Prepare and package non-processed foods using whole food ingredients free of GMOs, canola or soy oil and no processed sugar. We use as many organic, locally sourced ingredients as possible.
* Consumers who feed themselves and their families non-processed foods with the highest quality, whole food ingredients.
* Consumers who are environmentally conscious and use their food dollars to purchase products that support strengthening our damaged food supply by chooseing those that use the highest quality ingredients possible.
* Consumers who aspire to do the above but may find it challenging and confusing to do so.
* Customers who are likely to shop at places like Whole Foods, co-ops, etc.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
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 am hoping for a logo that looks and feels fresh, light, effortless and conveys a sense of ease that really was born out of love...wanting to feed my family the highest quality food I possibly can. While I haven't been able to write a blog post in a while you can get a sense of where I'm coming from at http://www.wholelifemom.com.
Initially this logo will be reproduced on a label to be placed on a clear food grade package (such as a cello or stand up zip bag) however want it to be versatile enough to be used on websites, business cards, etc.
Regarding the slogan. I'm on the fence as to whether or not to include it.
The attached files are examples of logos that have caught my eye...in no particular order.