very intuitive of what i wanted and was willing to go the extra mile. always a quick response and very willing to make any changes that i needed/requested. highly recommend!
Great Designer, very flexible, and good work.
Designer was quick to respond and make changes that I requested. She provided many designs that helped give me various options. I appreciated her willingness to work with my changes. I would have liked to have seen a few more color options, but I was very appreciative when I asked for a change in color and she provided that.
How thethathetha started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Alexis King, or AK
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Handcrafted, fine jewelry. Upper middle class/upper class women ages 18-50. Some men ages 20-50.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Other color requirements
Raw, winter white paper with gold leaf print.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like that this combines classic and edgy styles, and has symbolic meaning.
classic, cute, the rolling pin can be used separately to brand. It is a little plain.
cool, athletic, and classic. It's a little unoriginal.
Cute and clear. Maybe a bit too cute.
classy, yet artisanal looking. Professional, but not too commercial
Artistic, art Nouveau and hip.
modern, sharp and organic. I don't like that its unclear what the item is advertising
cute and classic
I like the symbolism/meaning, and the logo is attractive.
I like the symboloism of the crown looking like paint.
One additional request is about having a symbol that may or may not be different from the logo on my card for my jewelry “stamp.” This is a tiny symbol or initials that jeweler’s often use to hammer/imprint onto their jewelry. It is sometimes visible on the clasp, or dangling from a little metal “tag” near the clasp. Other times it is simply hammered on a non-visible part of the inside of the jewelry near the metal stamp that certifies the metal as, “14k, 18k, 925.” Many artists use their initials, which I am open to. Others use a very small symbol. Either way, it must be a very simple design so it can be legible at a very small scale. As a stamp it would be 1.75mm by up to 3.5mm. On a tag the initials/symbol could be larger, up to 2.75mm by 6mm.
I can send photos of my jewelry if that helps. I can also send photos of an imprinted stamp, and jewelry tags if that helps. If this cannot be included with the card, I understand.
The logo may also be used on cards that earrings hang from. My business card, will most likely be used in a case beside my work in a boutique.
Ideally the logo from the card or font used in my initials can translate to these other uses.