Did a wonderful job with communicating to our change requests! Would be happy to work with them again in the future!
- -athena design-
Excellent job and very responsive. Enjoyed working with this person.
- Bodski Meg
So talented and quick to respond!
Marina was super fast on her turnarounds and updates, and very professional. We love the logo she created for us!
So quick to respond to messages and so good at interpreting my vision and translating it into exactly what I wanted. Offered so many great options and displayed them on realistic mock ups of what my website would look like, tags and bags so that I could get a true sense of what the logo would look like. Made the process so easy for me.
this designer was very accommodating and willing to help us make changes.
- kelly x4
How ulli.kolbe started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Little things is a small local shop selling (sometimes handmade) jewelry, fragrances, porcelain and accessories that improve and elevate quality of one's living experience and convey a positive and cosy atmosphere. At the same time, customers can rest assured that they will not only be doing good for themselves, but for others as well since 10% of every purchase made in the store will go to charity (the charity organizations the donations will be made to are mentioned on each price tag in the store.). The products sold in the store are hand picked, well designed and generally high quality. The target group consists mainly of "mid-aged" urban women (in their 30s - 60s) with social awareness, above average education (college and above) and a "social mindset". These customers care for other people and want to consume while at the same time doing good. The feeling created when making a purchase at "little things" should be that of a "win-win" situation: the customers get the beautifully designed things they care for and want to have in their homes and also the good feeling of making a little but significant contribution to society.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
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The final design should be simple, subtle and convey the main message of the charitable purpose of the store without being to "in your face" or "loud". The resulting impression is one of care and mindfulness, help, hope and calming simplicity. The logo might even be simply typographic (please don't take this as a hint that it must be typographic, it can also be something else.).