Working with M&J was really good, the communication with them always went well & quick and the designer was understanding of my needs & ideas.
Very proactive and professional. She made sure we were 100% satisfied. We would work with her again.
- Brian Siatkowski
The absolute best experience ever! Majamosaic was so easy to work with, her designs are fantastic and she easily takes constructive criticism gracefully to come up with the best logo design ever! I would use her again in a heartbeat and recommend her to anyone looking to design a logo:) She lives half way across the world from New York where I live and she always responded very efficiently. I also invited her to my contest because I had seen her work and she was one of a couple who responded that she would love to! She is definitely top level top notch for sure. She tenaciously brought my vision of my dental office exactly what I could have hoped for. Thank you Majamosaic! I look forward to working with you again!:)
Mimushka is excellent to work with. Nothing is too much trouble, there's no pressure, happy to do all amends, as many times as needed, turns work around quickly, listens and understands the briefs. Very enjoyable experience and I thoroughly recommend this designer.
How sandiaustin started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sandra Austin Photographer
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Maternity, newborn, baby photography initially, eventually growing into other types of portraiture.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
My style of photography favors classic "beauty" over "cutesy". As such, looking for more of a classic logo design over cutesy but still want it to be approachable. Therefore a touch of cute is good but keeping it classic. Accessible without being too frilly. Something that also translates well to watermarking photos (e.g. perhaps more lateral than vertical overall with the any graphic elements being on the simpler side) I'm open to ideas for graphic elements added to, around or between the words. Want to make sure the A's between Sandr(a) and (A)ustin don't look weird. Maybe a simple design between? Just want it to flow.