The designer is very patient and easy to work with. She gives prompt response and update.
Very creative and amazing to work with. Since the get go she actually understood what we were trying to do and understood our brief. This is reflected through her initial design and we just continued to work with it - which made life a lot easier. Level of responsiveness is also great. Thanks Elence!
Thank you! It's perfect!
How bltrip started their logo design journey
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Goat Joy: Goat Yoga, Goat milk lotion & body products, and a Grade A Dairy. First off the ground is the goat yoga. Coming later this summer will be the goat milk body products and within the next year or so, we hope to be a fully licensed Grade A dairy to sell goat milk, goat cheese, and other dairy products.
If you look at our splash page for our website: http://www.goatjoy.com, there is a definition of joy. Being around the goats is pure joy. That is what we are trying to convey. Look at our farm facebook page for some of the images from our first yoga classes: https://www.facebook.com/ritterfamilyfarmsinc/ Our target audience is all ages.
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We are pushing the local farm based product. Relaxation and fun. Pure and simple. Would like the logo to be something that can be used on a label easily too. Would like the font to be something that I can duplicate the type of to use in creating my own flyers, etc. but not a straight/boxy font; still needs to be easy to read quickly. We are located in Lewes, Delaware, very near the beaches. I do like the logos that have a sun incorporated into them, but it is not necessary by any means. I am looking for something that is recognizable and will grab attention. Our main breed of goats are Oberhasli - they are deep bay (reddish brown) with black markings. We also have some Nigerian Dwarf. You will see them if you go to the pages I mentioned above. Dairy goats DO NOT have horns, but do have udders. We use the baby Nigerians for goat yoga.