Rotchillot's logo design for my online bakery, Room for Dessert, beat out more than 70 other designs. Her design was clean, modern and not too obvious - exactly what I was looking for. She listened to my feedback and made changes accordingly. During the handover process, Rotchillot uploaded several additional files in a timely manner. She is a pleasure to work with and I hope Room for Dessert and Rotchillot can partner in the future for more design work.
Chandra M. Hayslett
- Angelia Maya
Angelia is a very talented designer, and indeed a very nice person. She is very patient, friendly and accommodating.
I am sure you will all enjoy working with her!
/great work. Easy to deal with and very responsive to comments. A pleasure to deal with.
Really excited about this design. It was like they read my mind and made it happen! Highly recommend this designer!
How Sotero started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Pink Bubble is a bubble tea shop catering primarily to girls. We sell tea and juice beverages from genuine and natural ingredients only.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
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A blonde fairy dressed in pink drinking bubble tea from inside a bubble! One of her legs should be sticking out as if resting on the "ledge" of the bubble.
Fairy may or may not have little wings, she should look happy and young-looking (in her teens) and should not radiate any sex appeal. The fairy should have a bit of a cartoonish look and feel.
The name "Pink Bubble" should probably be positioned on top of the bubble a the fairy's leg would block the writing if positioned at the bottom of the bubble.
Demographics of target: 10-16 year old high school girls in Vienna, Austria.