Came up with a fun, original design for our festival's logo on the first try. It wasn't something we'd suggested, but it just fit. We gave some comments and he incorporated them into the design, which worked out very nicely. Without prompting, he also provided us some additional work to show us how the design would look on T-shirts, placards, etc. Very enjoyable experience working with this designer.
- charles J
Izabell was as pleasure to work with! She was creative, flexible and responsive and patient with this project. I would highly recommend her!
- Sound Interview
- 47 designs
The contest was about a new skin and body care line. The designer was very easy to work with and any changes that we asked for, they were open to. The designer also gave us some designs that way beyond what we even envisioned. We highly recommend this designer.
- Tom Joshua
It was a delight to work with Tom. He was fast and very responsive. For my logo project, I requested several changes from the original and he worked to ensure that every detail was to my specification. I highly recommend him for your design projects.
Krisjoice was quick, professional, and easy to work with. I'd recommend her work to anyone.
How Glow for a cause started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Glow for a cause
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We make bath and body products and candles that are good for you and smell great. A percentage of the profits go back to charity. Target audience is women ages 20 and up.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Cosmetics & Beauty
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'd like Glow to be the word that stands out, with "for a cause" much smaller and tucked under the word Glow. I'm open to a period coming after Glow. I like simple, slightly feminine design. I don't want something obvious like a candle flame unless its abstract. The letters can't be too "tall" because this will be on labels that go on short jars. The attached image is a decent starting point but is too tall. The words "for a cause" maybe should be a font like new Helvetia light since that font will be used to list the product and scent below on the product labels, but I'm open to other ideas. The website will use Arial as a font.