Lorna of Woolacombe and Mortehoe Voice (W&MV) came to me for a professional logo for her magazine and for the expanding work she intended to do alongside it.
It was important that the logo captured the feel of the area (either through colour or the use of iconic landmarks) and that the overall feel was not too corporate. Lorna's brief suggested; "Friendly and approachable, just like the magazine, which is quite naive in its style."
After some research into the area and beach led logo designs I was thrilled to come came up with some initial concepts for the W&MV logo. You can see the concepts here.
The final logo conveys a landmark and activities related to the area whilst cleverly playing with a visual of a soundwave.
The logo is now used on social media and has been reproduced on mugs, postcards, car stickers and tee shirts to help raise funds for the publication of the magazine.
"After looking at many logo design services I was instantly struck by Emma’s portfolio, her style and creative approach. Emma has been a delight to work with, she is friendly, easy to talk over ideas with and has a quick turnaround time, always confirming and sticking to agreed deadlines.
For my magazine logo, I wanted to reflect the area that it is published, I loved the ideas that Emma came up with and actually struggled to decide which one I loved the most!
The final design really struck a chord with people and gave the identity that I had hoped for, I have been extremely pleased with the work Emma has produced."
Lorna Weston | Woolacombe & Mortehoe Voice | August 2016