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About Your Company
It's Just Stuff is a home organizing and move management business. We help people declutter, sort, organize any space as well as pack and unpack for a move. Target audience is 40-65, generally female. Many clients struggle with executive functioning and therefore get easily overwhelmed by their "stuff".
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
Colors to Explore
It's Just Stuff
Top 3 Things
Create calm from chaos, compassionate and caring, result oriented
Please feel free to check out the It's Just Stuff Facebook business page to get a sense of past projects/clients. https://www.facebook.com/itsjuststuffco I am sharing a logo that was started by someone but it needs to convey more of the actual "organizing" aspect of the business and not just a pile of moving boxes. The image of the person on top of the pile represents the calm we try to bring to the space as well as our ability to "move mountains" of stuff. If the name of the company cannot be incorporated in the "pile", put it on the shirt and/or add a baseball cap with it??? I'm open to suggestions but would really like to have this ASAP. Trying to launch the website by January 1st.