Smiks listened to provide a great design and made all the requested changes
This was a great experience! We love the final design and got the 1 on 1 communication we needed to transfer the final files and rights from our designer, comtngl... 99designs live chat help from Melanie L. Came on a Sunday morning no less. Very convenient for us entrepreneur "wanna be's" who work full time elsewhere... Thanks so much!
This designer is seriously second to none. 2nd time I have worked with him and everything is incredibly fast and thorough.
I LOVE my new brand. Nora was great to work with. She actually read my brief and created designs that was relevant to what I was looking for. She was very patient and responded to edits very quickly. She is a pro and an authentic Artist. I will work with Nora again.
How Neen L started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Yogini Neen brings balanced, joyful yoga classes to your place of business, retreat, party, or gathering. Classes are available as single events or as series of classes, and can be designed to accommodate students of all skill levels. We’ll work together to develop an inspired, creative experience.
I also teach at studios in the DC Metro area, and include a teaching schedule on my website.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have created (and attached) an extremely rough example of the kind of letter mark I like. Since this is for yoga teaching, themes of balance, tranquility, and positive energy really speak to me.
I like the idea of incorporating a yogini in a yoga posture or meditation into the logo, but don't have a sense of how something like that would look or work. It could end up being busy.
I also thought about potentially making the Y/N logo very nature-themed, by incorporating the letters into tree branches to show a balance of strength and flexibility.
All of these ideas may be taken separately--I certainly don't want to work too much into a logo.