Jcollantes was excellent! Did exactly what I asked of her and did it super fast with no complaints. I highly recommend her and would work with her again on any of my logo needs.
- Naresh Garg
Naresh was a pleasure to deal with. He/She understood our brand requirements and provided the changes we wanted accurately and in a timely manner, which contributed to a great outcome for our company and our brand. Naresh possesses an innate understanding of our needs and instructions, that many designers I have previously worked with have lacked. Thank you
- Ultimate Coach
How DunedinMusicSociety started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Either "DMS" or "Dunedin Music Society"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Connecting local communities with live music (mostly classical, but not stuffy, elite or traditional). Target audience are highly trained performers and enthusiastic 35-60 year old female fans of live music.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Logo may include up to four colors excluding background. Any colors may be used, but my own logo color is #12489E which would be nice to incorporate, but not necessary. Other colors may be similar to #FE001A, #FCC917, and/or #00B128. Also prefer white backgrounds and dark grey text #333333.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
contrasting fonts. Can be any color. Graphic begins simple and clear but transforms.
Sleek and modern. A little more upmarket without being rich or exclusive.
Very clear graphic, with shadow. Combines packaging, reflects name, identifies country of origin.
Basic and simple, although not sure what they company does.
Modern, simple, movement.
Great graphic, terrible font.
Modern, and no caps. Light color is a contrast to what is normally expected (nests are usually dark). Graphic is a simple demonstration of the name.
Very clear, even without text. Movement. A little old-fashioned.
To the point. Fun. Relevant. "truck" a little too small.
Logo should be clearly visible on white background, but also easily identified on dark backgrounds. Logo will often be used on its own without touching other artwork as well as placed over photos with much contrast, such as a landscape with light green fields, dark forest and bright blue sky with white clouds.
Logo needs to be round or square, and recognizable at 16px (website icon) as well as on a large street banner. Name (Dunedin Music Society) or initials (DMS) may be above, below, left or right of logo, or incorporated into the logo. Fonts used so far include Calibri and Cambria, but any font may be used for the name/ initials.
Previous logo generally not liked as it reminds folk of "Tide" laundry detergent, not classical music. One great design is the London Symphony Orchestra's that consists of the initials LSO in the shape of a conductor. No musical symbols such as note shapes, treble or bass clefs should be used. See attached.