I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again. One of my favorite things about working with bloggers is being able to help them launch a dream through design. Sounds corny, but it’s true. Often times clients come to me with an idea in their head of how they want their new design to look. Maybe they want to incorporate their own handwriting to make it more personable, or maybe they want to incorporate an image of their favorite shoe. No small idea is too big. So when Bryce from Blonde in Boutin’s asked me to create a design that subtly tied in one of her favorite pink-bottomed heels, I was all game.
Incorporating touches of class, edge and spunk were a must-have for this fashion & beauty blogger’s new design. Using a mix of a classic, bold serif font with a more organic handwritten font gave the logo a feeling of casual class. The combination of neutral colors with a bright pop of pink gives off that clean, sophisticated look that is bold enough to make a statement, but subtle enough to not distract from the content.
“I have worked with Melissa for the past month and have consistently found her to be enjoyable, diligent, and creative. Melissa invests her time in your design and satisfying your ideas. She has a keen ability for finding ways on how to make your vision come to life. Melissa is also an excellent communicator and keeps you informed as the design progresses. I could not have been more pleased with the outcome of my fashion blog, she has helped make my dream come to life! Thank you again Melissa!” – Bryce from Blonde in Boutin’s
Typography & color alone can say a lot about someone’s personality. And that’s my mission with every design I create – to bottle up the blogger’s personality and pour it into one cohesive design. I had so much fun bringing her vision to life with this custom blog design, and I cannot wait to continue following along on her blog journey! Be sure to stop over to Blonde in Boutin’s to see the design in action!
So my question for you is: if you were a font, what would you be?
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