Doodlemoo has been featured in a few blogs and Magazines. You can read more about us on these features.
EMILY ON ESTILA
We are so excited to share with you our latest feature in the beautiful Estila Magaine, here I share my inspiration, why i do what i do and how Doodlemoo started. We hope you enjoy the article! Find us on page 22-28. You can read Estila online and on print too.
“How important are colour and pattern in your work?
Colour and pattern are so important to me. I tend to use bold colours in everything I do. Growing up in South America had a massive influence on me, I still miss the blue skies and tropical colours. Whenever we went to the street markets, we were surrounded by the most amazing bright and varied colours with all the fruits, vegetables and clothes.”
Very proud to have won the WOW award. These award is given by Jaqueline Gold, CEO of Ann Summers to Women in business. Selected from other 300 hundred applicants it is an honour to be able to display our WOW badge.
“When selecting the three winners, Jacqueline looks for businesses that are interesting, that have strong brand values and that she thinks have potential to grow and succeed in their industry. She looks for quality products, well designed websites and entrepreneurs who appear to have a good business sense and who have thought about what the consumer wants and how to deliver it.”
E_NATION BRAND STORY
Read about our story on the Enterprise Nation Brand Story where Doodlemoo has benn featured. Incredibly produd of being nominated by our Local Council Reigate and Banstead to have our story written and shared. Enterprise Nation supports small businesses and have lots of resources for anyone in creative businesses.
Emily Canino got the bug for art and design at a young age. She has turned that love into her own business, Doodlemoo. The Enterprise Nation member, who joined via our partnership with Reigate and Banstead Borough Council, shares her story.
PROJECT M LONDON
FEATURED by Project M
I’ve been interviewed and featured at Project M London:
Graphic designer and illustrator Emily Canino is the proof that when you have a clear vision about a product, you shouldn’t miss the chance to create a business. As the founder and managing director of Doodlemoo, a platform for art prints and accessories and design studio Loro, she turned the dream of being you own boss into reality and aims to inspire kids and grown-ups to be even more creative. In this interview she talks about the everyday challenges of running a business, the importance of knowing your target beforehand and how to make time for yourself: