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Come and Organize It

Come and Organize It

One of my first clients as a full-time freelancer was Kasey Rhodes of Come & Organize It. I have to say, Kasey is one of the most energetic and fun clients I’ve ever spoken to.

Come and Organize it is a multi-function small business operating in Central Texas. It’s original focus was professional organizing services, but has since branched out into event planning, digital media conversion, and more. Kasey has a real passion for organizing people’s lives on many levels.

While this is a great way to monetize a lot of activities, it presented a challenge. How do we capture all of that into a single logo?

My original conversations with Kasey led to some directions:

  1. Some Come & Take It cannons, delicately and appropriately arranged into sized boxes
  2. A Come & Take It cannon blowing items around, blasting them out of their messy ways
  3. Knolling. (If you are not sure what knolling is, click here)

Here’s the first round of logos I created:

LogosRound1

 

Kasey liked three of them, but requested I take them in a different direction. I then came up with the following to explore which direction she’d like to continue with:

 

LogosRound2

 

Ultimately, the knolling concept won. It encompassed all possible routes she wanted to explore: planning weddings, planning baby showers, organizing businesses, organizing homes, setting up accounting softwares and getting financial situations organized, converting VHS to DVD/Blue Ray, and so much more. After working together, we came up with a complete set of branding for her to use.

LogosRound3_4

 

Visit her webpage to learn more about this professional organizer.

Mary Scheske Wharmby
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