An experienced and attentive designer! msmalty had a great design from the start and continued to listen to my minor tweeks and "what about this, what about that" that I'm sure designers can't stand to hear! Always producing and then surprising me with a few twists which I loved too! I wouldn't hesitate to work again with msmalty! The entire process was simple and even up to getting the files and types! Excellent work. Thank you!
Highly professional and dedicated designer! Easy to work with and designs were spot-on for my business! Will definitely work with zest! again on future projects.
- Niharika Singhal
Excellent experience! Actually it was a small modification of a project we did together a few months ago. All went very smoothly. Will definately work together in the future
Awesome designs, and even did a couple extra revisions after the contest was over! Would love to work with him again.
BeeX is the best! I have used her for multiple projects and she always amazed me with her generousness and professionalism. I highly recommend her.
How SaltLickLessons started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Salt Lick Lessons
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Salt Lick Lessons is a positive lifestyle blog that will be read mostly by women. Its intent is to be a virtual gathering place where adult men and women can find information and inspiration to lead a happier, more fun, and more positive life. Our mission is to provide fun and helpful tools, stories, ideas, information, and anything else we can for people to enjoy and use to make their lives more positive. If they leave our site smiling, thinking about something new, having learned something/wanting to share it, or feeling better or less alone, then we have succeeded. The logo should not look industrial or corporate/business-like but more casual and fun.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Even though the name is Salt Lick Lessons, we don't want any association with livestock or wildlife. Logos that look techie, corporate, or industrial will not be considered. Thanks! :)