Did an amazing job giving our team options for how we could organize content across our ebook while remembering to adhere to our brand guidelines. The project got a little rocky considering the task was new territory for our team, but Emil was patient and helpful throughout. Highly recommend him!
And a word of advice, as a client make sure to do your homework (have ALL your content ready and organized!!) before starting your project. It'll make the entire process so much smoother ;)
How cahoon started their banner ad journey
Who are you known as?
Sweet Tea & Swagger
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A crafting business. Specializing in recycling things from estate sales, garage sales, thrift stores into something beautiful. Everything from jewelry to wooden signs, canvas paintings, home decor. But with SWAG. Next vendor event is Gay Pride is San Diego, where I'll feature fun wooden signs "Pecker" & "Pussy" for the bathroom, modge podge wooden coasters with 90s band, faux wood printed pillows. I target 30-40 year olds, couples.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I would like a logo to use on a banner, gift cards, t-shirts, coffee mugs. If you could incorporate a city skyline (San Diego would be cool) hip hop feel, with a more country feel like buzzing bees, barns, country roads etc
The business name Sweet Tea & Swagger was born when I tried to convey my lifestyle & design style. I grew up around the corner from Tombstone, AZ & spent my summers in Nebraska. I have always been drawn to a country lifestyle. But when I met my husband he introduced me to a whole new style...hip hop music, downtown city living. And my style has evolved over the past 17 years of our marriage. I now like to recycle old things and make them fabulous...hence the name Sweet Tea & Swagger. I have a design degree from San Diego State but logo branding has never been my strong suit...Happy designing