Very much enjoyed working with this designer. Looking forward to future projects together.
- night art
alwy dzuhairi was great to work with. Quick replies, willing to help design what we had in mind, as well as give us some ideas.
- Ella Brigal
Very professional and highly responsive. Thanks for your amazing work!
Wonderful work and quick turnaround!
- I Am Studios
How rachele2 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
For new and expecting parents seeking to be more informed, encouraged and empowered, Honeysuckle Care offers convenient, in-home, personalized, breastfeeding and bonding support and education. A responsive, nurturing, and evidence-based approach providing guidance and tools to facilitate your innate ability to meet your baby's needs so you can have more time to enjoy your new family.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I am noticing as the contest progresses that I am leaning towards soft shades of peach/coral/pink and teals/robbin's egg/tourquoise. Nothing too saturated. I like colors that are a little hard to pin down as a true pink or orange/ blue or green. They are lovely together as contrasting colors or two shades of one color.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the vintage feel of this and the fonts
I like that this feels like it could be a stamp
Again, the stamp feel
I like the vintage feel
I like that the tree is subtly shaped as a woman
I like the vintage feel and font choices
It feels balanced to me, two colors
Has the stamp and vintage qualities
I would like a logo that is has a warm, nurturing and organic feel to it while still being clean and appealing to more modern sensibilities. Ideally I would like the image of a honeysuckle flower incorporated into the design. Bonus if concepts of growth, parenting, bonding are woven in. Vintage and soothing color palates are favored. I love the idea of something that looks hand painted. I also favor logos that feel like they could be a stamp, so designs that are well balanced and not sprawling. I find including a simple geometric shape sometimes ties it all in visually for me, though this is not a must. Most of my usage will be for social media so I want to make sure that the logo is simple enough to translate well in a small format and on business cards.