Category Archives: Logo Design
Logo Design Hunter Valley
Hello hello lovelies! Nat here, over the past few months we’ve been busily working on a number of projects ranging from logo design, web design and development projects and business mentoring, and we wanted to share with you a recent logo design completed most recently.
We were contacted by the lovely Emily from Fermaculture Farm (also known as The Sacred Cookfire on Facebook) to design a new logo for the farm and their ventures…
We put together several designs and submitted them for review.
We played around with the design until we got it to something Emily was happy with.
This was our design :
The logo was them used as a part of the new facebook branding for the Fermaculture Farm Facebook page:
Sample Facebook Profile Images ( Above)
We used some of Emily’s images to create the profile picture and the above cover image for her social media page.
This is what it looks like once implemented on Emily’s Facebook page. Doesn’t it look great!
At the beginning of April we were given the opportunity to work with a lovely local Bolwarra Heights business; Revive Health Clinic, which is due to open in the coming weeks.
Revive Health Clinic offers individualised health services tailored to a clients needs. The service treats conditions such as stress, anxiety, adrenal fatigue, digestive complaints, Women’s Health, Emotional Wellbeing, Immune Dysfunction and many more. Supporting their clients in a number of ways, primarily prescribing liquid herbal medicines, herbal teas, Practitioner range of supplements, as well as providing diet and lifestyle advice and iridology assessments. Revive Health, is located at 150 Bolwarra Park Drive Bolwarra Heights, and enquiries and bookings can be made via phone: 0421351934.
Logo Design Process
Owner; Cheree, ordered the LOGO DESIGN via the Natalie Crowe Designs website, the order came through to our system and we gathered more information about Cheree’s preferences for her business. We processed the initial deposit and started working through Cheree’s ideas, and variations in colours and layout of the design until we came up with something that Cheree was happy with, the process didn’t take too long to complete and formalised the design, get it into Illustrator and get it coloured and ready for use. Lastly we process the final payment and packaged the files up for Cheree ready to use.
This is the final approved design we put together!
Whilst Cheree is still getting the business setup, she has created the foundations of a facebook page which you can follow her progress.
Head over there now: Revive Health Clinic Facebook Page.
or alternatively if you’re interested in getting a new logo designed head over to our LOGO DESIGN Page to learn more.
Why hello there!
It’s been a couple of months since I posted an update here as I’ve been tremendously busy. Whilst my primary business and passion – Natalie Crowe Designs focuses on Website Design and Business Mentoring, I’ve had a side project in the wings for some time, working through the processes of setting up my sister business – Natalie Crowe Designs Crystals.
It’s always amazing to me to be able to take the resources I have and help others apply them to their business.
However, to then have the opportunity to practice what I preach and apply those very same principles to my own business was such an experience.
Although I see it through my clients, to see it first hand – my works making a difference – is amazing and in all honesty, I’m loving it.
It’s giving me new insights and also giving me another perspective on what it’s going to take to make changes in my own life as a learning curve in order to motivate and help others do those very same things within their own businesses.
I do have to say though, I completely understood 2 months ago, what my clients say when they first come to me … “I have this great business idea, but I don’t know where to start.”
I too was challenged at the concept of starting a new business after passing the introductory stage and being well into the growth stage of my primary business…
The idea of “how to do it right” started to play on my mind, and had I not applied my knowledge since working for myself and mentoring others. The whole process could have been so much more daunting.
Sitting down at my favourite little cafe – Lovedale General Store, It started ringing in my head again, one of the big things I push with all of my clients – It doesn’t have to be perfect to start off with, it just needs to be out there. Something is better than nothing!!
With the major factor for most startups is that the desire to want to make it perfect often see the business owner procrastinate… Rather than making a move.. getting something done. Taking action! Making a decision and following through with it…
Like any new development, the most important thing is to just get the ball rolling and start that momentum.. Take some sort of affirmative step towards getting things underway. It doesn’t matter if it’s not your best work to start off with.. EVERYONE has to start somewhere…
It was truly just a reminder to myself to keep myself on focus of the end goals, – I wanted this business to be out there, to become well established and profitable, but more importantly to be affordable and to be able to be there to help others. Which aligns with all aspects of my business and lifestyle goals – Contribution and making a difference in the lives of those around you.
So after decluttering my mind – with my brainstorming worksheet we generally run through at the beginning of every mentoring session, I was then able to start working through my ideas and getting them broken down into actionable steps.
After applying some of my own resources – Target Market worksheets, Mapping out the foundations to our online store / website, Working on a few ideas for marketing plan etc, I felt such a sense of achievement in the hours that past that I’d allocated to work ON my business not in it.. Things are definitely looking much clearer and brighter!!
Although I’ve not launched the new website, we’re working through social media – facebook page and facebook group whilst I get the content for the store up and running.
I was in conversation with a wonderful client last week about this new venture and the differences and which I loved the most. As I said to him, As much as I love the retail outlet and the diversity of NCD Crystals offers, my primary focus remains on the website design and business mentoring work. I love being able to help educate people, I love to be able to help other solve problems and see outside the self defined box. I love seeing my clients succeed when they recognise their own potential which was always there. As a secondary business, I allocate time to work on my secondary once I’ve finished the work for my primary focus — Natalie Crowe Designs.
Anyway lovelies 🙂
I’ll keep you posted on our progress with this new phase of Natalie Crowe Designs which I truly believe is going to be both beneficial to the community and to my clients as I develop new resources and techniques through my own experience.