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Pretty Little Melts – Logo Design Case Study
Pretty Little Melts offer handmade luxury home fragrance that is affordable and made from 100% soy wax so they're vegan friendly too, yay! We could all take more time and TLC and Elle's mission is to bring you luxury home fragrance that encourages you to take that time to look after yourself and benefits your health and well being. Here's how I designed the new brand identity for Pretty Little Melts...
Pilates with Claire – Logo Design Case Study
When I launched the pilot phase, I asked applicants why they thought this service was a good fit for their business. The moment I saw Claire's response, I typed up an email that said "LET'S WORK TOGETHER" or something a bit wordier but along those lines. It was instantly clear to me just how passionate Claire is about her work and as her personality, enthusiasm and expert knowledge (through 21years of experience) stand at the forefront of her classes and business, I wanted to create a logo design that embodied this.
COMING SOON – All-female coworking space in Manchester
The Ladies Who Trade is a group for service swapping, networking and empowering women who work for themselves and we will soon have our very own all-female coworking space in Ancoats, excited much?! This will be Manchester's first all-female coworking space and Manchester's cheapest fixed desk coworking solution.
I’ve moved! Inside my studio at Pollard Yard
Okay so, if you know me even the slightest bit, you've probably been listening to me ramble on for months about my new design studio in Manchester. Well in June 2019, the time came for Meanwhile Creative, the creators of Pollard Yard, to hand over the keys to a very eager and inspired me - woop woop! In this post I'll show you more about the Pollard Yard project and inside my shiny new studio...
Why Your Competition Isn’t ‘Nobody’…
When I ask business owners who their product or service is targeted towards, a lot of people are quick to say "everyone really". Your target audience is something that is decided early on in the product or service development process but it's a decision that could come back to bite you throughout your whole business journey if it's a bit too vague. Your target audience isn't everyone, here's why:
Why Your Target Audience Isn’t Everyone… (and how to find your people)
When I ask business owners who their product or service is targeted towards, a lot of people are quick to say "everyone really". Your target audience is something that is decided early on in the product or service development process but it's a decision that could come back to bite you throughout your whole business journey if it's a bit too vague. Your target audience isn't everyone, here's why: