Design for purpose-driven businesses
BRAND IDENTITY & WEBSITES FOR ethical & wellness BRANDS & organisations SO THEY ELEVATE AND GET SEEN
With all the information we are receiving I want to make a difference and not be part of the clutter. Working with ethical brands, wellness entrepreneurs and environmental conscious organisations that are making changes. I create meaningful brand identities reflecting their visions, websites that get audiences engaged. It’s not just about how it looks, but the true meaning behind it.
Helping purpose-driven businesses in the sustainable, wellness and health industry make an impact by communicating their purpose through design, reach their dream clients and have an unqiue online presence.
I'm Hanna Mathilde, the founder and designer of Wildly. With Bachelors in Graphic Design and Masters in Web and Interactive design I strive to help businesses find clarity and be confident! I love being creative and it’s what I have done since I was a kid! I support this with regular fuel of herbal teas, raw cakes, kitten snuggles and taking time for yoga, podcast walks and exploring the world/backyard while picking up plastic.
"Hanna helped me shape the ideas in my head into a reality. I love her personal approach. She just "gets" what you're looking for!"
"After working with you on the logo and seeing how great you are, going with the website was a no brainer"
"It was refreshing to work with a designer that understood your vision and seemed to care about your business and achieving the right end product."
"You seemed to know exactly what would suit my style and made a very attractive website."
"I felt you were very personable, friendly, creative, and that you really "got" where I was coming from and the vision of my project."
"Hanna's ideas and designs are great from the beginning. It makes the whole process much simpler!!!"
"I love your sense of style, and from following your instagram I know you're constantly looking ahead instead of following the crowd"
"It is hard work setting up a business and moments of self doubt creep in and you were there keeping the project moving."