Lindsay designed our logo and is currently designing our welcome magazine for our clients. She is amazing and so creative. Her attention to detail is impeccable and she has allowed me to proof the magazine many times as we work through the details. If you are in need of design products don’t hesitate to contact her, you won’t regret it!!!!.
I met Tanisha and Bridgette while living in Maryland. Tanisha and I became friends through our children and Bridgette was always a great help when she came to visit Tanisha from NY. When I learned that they were building a business I knew that I wanted to be a part of the start of something great. The colors and font are bold just like these two ladies.
These ladies knew exactly what colors they wanted. Tanisha and Bridgette insisted that the logo screamed we are from New York, no better way to do that than the NY skyline!
I met Shannon years ago when I was in college. She reached out to me because she did not have a logo for her business. She knew that her mother's "L" had to be incorporated. It was her mother that made her passionate about her business. Since her mother passed from cancer it was important that a ribbon be discreetly placed in her design. Each color in her logo has a special meaning to her.
"Yes, I love the "L." That's the L." -Shannon Williams
Her brand is very eye catching, but sentimental to why she has chosen to start her business. If you are looking for sentimental pillows and blankets, Shannon at Love n' Memories is the place to go.
I met Domonique while volunteering with a wonderful program, "Girl Scouts Beyond Bars." Eventually, bimonthly meetings budded into a friendship. Fast forward to now, and we are both starting creative businesses! A very exciting time for both of us, but a great opportunity for collaboration. During our first meeting about her photography company she mentioned that she just loves capturing moments. She didn't want to be put inside a box with her photography. We played with so many color variations and finally decided on this purple and gray.
Her brand needed to be versatile enough for family portraits, sports, and prom. We achieved this by using various shades of purple with grey to display the trustworthiness in the company.
Kristina is a lovely novice photographer that wanted to start small in her branding journey. She chose to begin with a logo and work her way up. The vision she had for her logo was for it to stand up against more seasoned photographers. She hopes to get into high fashion photography as she perfects her skills. Look out Fayetteville, NC Kristina Janay is focused.
This sleek simple logo is perfect for her budding business. Keep an eye out on my Instagram, because we are currently working on her website.
Reverend Vontea Mann contacted me about creating her logo. She has created an organization that mentors young girls. She is really passionate about being able to provide mentorship to young women and helping them find their way. She wanted to start with the logo and hopefully we will be able to create a website in the near future.
The PBB audience consist solely of women. The logo epitomizes femininity and womanhood. We did the logo in both monochrome and color.