She was very responsive, generally, and very patient with the fact we took much longer than I had anticipated (running a business gets in the way of completing projects). Very pleased with the final results, ready to go to printer!
Thank you Rosa!
- ahamilton f
- Sush Designs
I loved all of Shusma's work and I would have happily taken any of the 3 logos she produced for me. Her work far exceeded my expectations!
Ali has done an excellent job for me on all of the logos I commissioned.
Liked design and would like to work further with designer.
How ahamilton f started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Affirmative Wealth Advisors
What’s your company slogan?
we're working on a tag line but don't have it yet
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are financial planners and investment advisors who specialize in Sustainable, Responsible, Impact investing -- aligning our clients' investments with their values
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
Other color requirements
Sea/royal medium-darker blues, teal/emerald/forest greens, lighter earth tone (non-puke beige?)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
we are financial professionals in the San Francisco Bay Area: we want to be taken seriously since managing money is a serious business, but we are also empathetic and personable people. We aren't on Wall Street for a good reason. Our clients want their money taken seriously but they are also interested in the state of the world and putting their money where their mouth is, in terms of SRI investing. So there's a balance here of serious and competent and humane and personable. Not silly, not immature, but not stuffed shirt uptight. You'd trust us to help you grow your money, and you'd also like to go have a beer with us.
Font: Optima is my favorite font - the clean elegant lines, semi-serif . .reasonably efficient
Without getting too cliche, images that suggest caring for the fate of the earth? no polar bears please. is there a tree image that hasn't been overused?