sihanss did an incredible job.
Very easy to work with, replied very quickly to any questions or concerns I had, and provided me with a logo design I'm very happy with.
- Kurt Bzzz
Kurt was brilliant to work with. He came up with many initial concept designs to get a feel for what I was looking for my brand. I liked how he gave me his feedback on my colour choices and how they related to my brand. This showed that me he cared about the project and the outcome. Would happily work with Kurt again.
- aarif ™
Aaarif is simply amazing:
- English is not his mother tongue, but communication went smooth
- He is very accommodating, in case your budget is limited.
- He comprehended the brief easily and the whole process was a easy ride.
Undoubtedly, I would work with him again and recommend his services.
He was always quick to respond and implement change. Provided great options and listened to feedback. I would definitely use him again.
Gergo did a GREAT job and really came up with a logo that popped, just like I needed. Will use him again on future jobs!
How matt jD started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Foley Group Architecture, Foley Group Interior Design, Foley Group Landscape Design
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are 3 separate companies who work collectively to provide architectural, interior, and landscape design services to both commercial and residential clients in New Zealand.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our current logos can be viewed at http://www.foleygroup.co.nz
We would like to update our current logos simply because they are too long in length and we want to get away from the 3 different colours.
We will require 3 different logos for each of the 3 companies but there will need to be a common theme running between them.
The 3 logos in some cases will be used collectively (e.g on site signs or magazine advertising) or on their own (e.g letterheads, business cards).