We were blessed to have such a good experience working with all our designers at 99 Designs. Prisclara was particularly attentive to details and never tired of promptly providing each of the many design changes I requested. Her responses were always pleasant with an eagerness to please. She is a skillful artist with elegant style.
Basically, she was a delight to work with and made our first logo design a smooth process.
Excellent looking forward to working again
How christygeiger started their stationery journey
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the stationery?
Will include on attachment - not sure about "boarder" if more of a straight line or a swoosh line or what. Looking for "brand look" that eventually we can develop more matching pieces. For this looking for LETTERHEAD and a BIZ CARD (vs. envelope). Future things might be: note card, banner, sign, flag, envelope, social media headers, etc. So hoping to use the look from the Letterhead/Business Card in this pack and build on that. Would like it to be colorful and sharp/clean design... and a CLEAR "look" (swoosh, bar, some "stylized" look) -- our old church (good shepherd) had a sky picture behind as part of their look - could do something like this or not) - want it to be more updated vs. old looking. Like what you would design for a Family Life Center, College, Family Program - etc. The design should have life, style and energy to it.... be attractive and eye catching. We have our "process" dots --- I uploaded in the "logo" section - if there was a way to integrate those that would be bonus.... but if it makes it complex forget it. We have brand colors -- http://www.color-hex.com/color-palette/36192 and the yellow of this: http://www.color-hex.com/color-palette/36200 -- the font is Advantage - although if you find a complimenting block font or nice title font that would be ok to have another font style we use.
Brand name to include on the stationery item(s)
Cross & Crown Lutheran Church
What to avoid
cheesy images or icons (overly "churchy" look) ...
too plain (not looking for the icon on a white paper - I can do that) :)