Melanie Scott is a specialist in copy writing and social media communications. For her logo she was looking for something vibrant to represent her in a professional fashion that made a nod to her authorial skills. Melanie Scott: “Jules Hall was very professional, and asked me lots of questions before coming up with several great looking mockups that closely matched the personality and brand of my business. The designs were
Logo designs for a variety of businesses.
Barefoot Naturals is a 100% natural skincare product line. In collaboration with the owner a brand was developed that fit with the ideals for the product. After developing a logo, several packaging pieces were needed. Items were gradually added to the line, expanding the offerings as Barefoot Natural’s needs grew. To date body butter, soap, and serum packaging have been created, with exciting new additions underway. Each item is in
What Should I Say.ca required a logo that clearly conveyed their services – offering copywriting services for professionals on any and all media. The goal was to supply a logo that reflected the attitudes of What Should I Say.ca: friendly, professional, meaningful, and helpful. To be used on their website, business card, and email newsletters.
How We Roll Fitness wanted a logo with energy that provided a hint of their focus on roller derby athletics without scaring away potential personal training clients from other areas. The logo has a variety of versions for assorted uses as well as a few colour variants to add a little dynamism. Laura Wombwell, Owner: “Jules was so easy to work with! She listened, understood my needs, and then exceeded them.
GSS Technologies is a consulting company working with large telecommunication companies on mobile networks. For their logo, they were looking for something that represented them in a professional fashion but still made potential clientele feel they were friendly and approachable.
Many departments and faculties at Wilfrid Laurier University have events to celebrate their milestone anniversaries. In order to streamline and standardize promotion, a logo was required. It needed to adapt to any number of years, or any faculty or department. It also had to work well within the Laurier brand standards for type, colour, and style. The logo below has been used on posters, ads, promotional items, shirts, and more.