Gold level designer among silver.. The most skillful designer I've ever worked with! Highly recommended crazy turn around results goes above and beyond time after time!
An experienced and attentive designer! msmalty had a great design from the start and continued to listen to my minor tweeks and "what about this, what about that" that I'm sure designers can't stand to hear! Always producing and then surprising me with a few twists which I loved too! I wouldn't hesitate to work again with msmalty! The entire process was simple and even up to getting the files and types! Excellent work. Thank you!
He did a great job and provided all the revisions I needed. Love our new logo!
We absolutely LOVE our new logo! Its original, simple, and elegant all while portraying the island feel we wanted. TwoAliens was very easy to work with and quickly adjusted the design based on our feedback. We highly recommend them!!
Morigan did an amazing job with the logo design and we have used it for several of our needs.
How Mlefcourt started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Kailo Massage Therapy
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I provide goal-oriented massage for people recovering from surgery or injury (sports-related or not). What my clients like about me: I'm personable, really knowledgeable, and am able and willing to teach them about how their bodies work, and how to take better care of themselves.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Logo dislikes: hands or hearts. Logo likes: leaf or water shapes, especially those that incorporate a human-like shape and/ or shapes incorporating a "K". Like my current logo, it simply doesn't look "finished" enough to me. New logo "feel": professional, calming, uplifting, and not spa-like. Target audience: both genders, all ages and lifestyles, most income/ education levels, in a part of the US where "natural and organic" reign. The only things my clients have in common: strong desire for pain relief and, secondarily, wanting to work with someone with lots of both hands-on and book knowledge, as opposed to an anatomy-illiterate "Massage Envy" slave paid $10 per hour. Hope that's enough info; good luck and thanks!