Shammie was great to work with, very patient and quick with changes
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.
Working with S2Design has been an excellent experience. Quick turnaround time, very receptive to feedback, and nice-looking design.
- lmyers d
this designer is outstanding to work with.
I would highly recommend anyone with design needs to seek them out.
How momendeavors started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Mom Endeavors is a creative family lifestyle website, targeted to fellow moms (and parents in general). We deliver content on a variety of family-friendly topics including food/recipes, travel, home diy/crafts, and family entertainment/activities. 90% of the readers are women.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
A little too "cutesy", but I like "Happy Fresh" font
The site this will be going on is http://www.momendeavors.com so you can get a feel for the content/site. My current logo is attached (which I don't love). I don't mind the heart for a bit of "mom" and whimsy, but I don't like the amateur look to the rest of it at all (especially the overly simple ribbon and basic "endeavors" font). The browns, reds, turquoise, and yellow have always been the color palette on the site so that's what I'm leaning toward, but I could be open to other colors as well.
The logo does NOT need to just be a different iteration of what I already have. I'd be open to other unique ideas, maybe even something incorporating some graphics showing the different topics the site is about.
A logo that's wider than it is tall will likely work better with the layout.