Fantastic to work with. Understood vision, made numerous minor tweaks to the design without any complaint, and just a pleasure to work with!
- Alexis Media Company
TatjanaS is a great listener and made the changes I asked for very quickly! I would strongly recommend her as a designer! Thanks Tatjana!
- Besign studio
We had the absolute best experience and are so happy with the results!! Thank you so much, we love all of the different options and treatments. The collaboration was fantastic too!! Top Notch
How plittle started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Lick the Sky
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My organization will be based online and cater initially to women over 40. Later I will open to other age groups and hope to do speaking engagements to high school college kids. It will discuss living with purpose and passion. My followers will be called stars. The goal is to spread awareness of living a life of fulfillment, loving nature reaching for your goals, dreams and desires. It may attract people who love yoga, meditation, mindfulness, but if people are not aware of these areas they will be attracted also. The logo should be catchy and easy to spot as you scroll on social media and on shirts and other materials. My followers will be called stars and the sky represents God or the creator. Lick the Sky means getting a taste of what God (the Creator) has in store for your life.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Spa & Esthetics
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Thinking about making the shirts either a light blue like the the sky or putting it on an orange background.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Have fun!!! If you use a tongue for the lick remember God is the sky so it should be respectful. I had someone design something for me and they used the y in sky to represent arms spread out reaching for the sky, I sort of liked the design but the logo made me feel like it was for a non profit organization or something. It didn't represent my style.