Working with Kaytie is been easy right from the start. She understood exactly what I had in mind and was able to meet all my company's needs. She's been flexible, always available, friendly and also very fast to make the changes I've asked for. She gave me great ideas on how to use the logo on the website, T-shirts and leaflets. Thank you Kaytie for the great job, hope to work with you again soon!
Very good designer to work with! She was patient with the changes until the logo was just what I wanted! I will work with her again!
- Hamish Burrell
It was a pleasure working with Hamish. He listened and responded to my design requests but also took risks by exploring ideas beyond the limits I recommended. This resulted in a final design style and product that I had not intended but which I am now greatly satisfied with. Further, after my selection of a winning design, Hamish patiently worked through several design tweaks to reach the final design.
- Leon Design
Great designer...logo looks just like I had envisioned it and the designer was willing to customize the logo when I would ask for certain alterations. Awesome to work with...thank you for all your hard work, the logo is perfect!
How Leah12357 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
themagicalworldof.com (does not have to be incorporated)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is for Disney geeks, people who would go online to learn more about Disney Parks, movies, and more. So the audience won't be little kids, probably people in their late teens, 20s, or 30s. It's also for people looking for some amusement and want to indulge their Disney obsession/guilty pleasure. Although I will be talking my share of fairy princesses, I don't want this to be seen as a site just for girls. So I'd like to keep it androgynous and avoid too many pink/girly colors.
I want this to convey the magic and the nostalgic feeling that Disney inspires, with a hint of childish fun.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
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 want this to be fun and maybe a little goofy. Mildly cartoony, not stiff and corporate. This is a fun site meant for entertainment. To give you an idea, our tagline is "Because you're never too old for Disney. Just too dead inside."
I want the logo to convey a connection between the reader and Disney, between fantasy and reality. I'm a fangirl writing about Disney, and I want the reader to feel the same magic and nostalgia I feel. I use sort of a wry/quirky sense of humor, so anything that would fit in with that would be great.
Or something that fits in with the title is another option. I'm open to many ideas!