The designer was very prompt in response and eager to make changes per my feedback. I felt listened to, and there was a good partnership and back-and-forth dialogue. Additionally, the logo was the most creative of all those I received. Great job! I'm very happy.
- Nesa K. Johnson
- Ojalá Designs
Ojala was quick, responsive and extremely creative. It was a pleasure working and designing such a great logo and identity for us!
I like the design as it captured my brand and image for the business. The designer was very easy to work with and any questions or changes were addressed very fast.
How Nesa K. Johnson started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
IOME Wellness is a business dedicated to people who want to live their healthiest lives. We offer education, training, community, events, and coaching to help people build healthy habits, achieve their goals, and hold them accountable for amazing results. IOME stands for "I 'OWE' Me" which emphasizes our clients' need to hold themselves accountable for creating the life they want. I was motivated to create this business after losing over 100 lbs using a program I created that emphasized accountability, healthy habits, taking small steps, and a well-rounded approach to health. My goal is to motivate others to take charge of their lives. If I can do it, they can too because I'm an average person who has struggled for a long time and finally found something that works. The target audience would be almost anyone (female or male) who wants to live a healthier life, not necessarily just lose weight.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Teal & royal purple
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
IOME stands for "I 'Owe' Me", and I'm interested seeing the logo with "IOME" all together and I'm interested in seeing the logo with I-O-ME (some sort of spacing). I'm open to either design at this point but need to see some options to narrow it down. I'm looking for a BOLD logo vs. something too feminine. I do not want the medical "+" sign to be part of the logo.