Kalyan Design did a fantastic job. Very responsive and quick to make any requested changes. Would absolutely work with again.
Nazal made a logo for us that was creative and professional looking. A patient person to work with and made our changes/updates quickly.
Fiart was very responsive and willing to work with us. We asked for multiple revisions, in many ending up back with the original winning design, but Fiart was very willing to accommodate us. We are so happy with the final product!
- Chris Kay
I initially tried a bronze design competition which was not overly productive. I liked the work Chris had done and felt he would do a good job, especially after reading the many positive reviews. Chris is very detailed in his work and asks questions that help flesh out the pathway to a great design. The more info I gave Chris the more he understood what I liked. What I ended up with was a simple and sophisticated design. The zip file that Chris gave me at the completion of the project was loaded with file versions and presented beautifully. If you are thinking about a logo and wondering like I was if the extra cost is worth it or not, from my experience I can say with Chris you are in good hands, take the plunge, an ounce of image is worth a ton of performance and Chris will give you and your business that great image that will pay for itself in no time at all.
Great experience working with Japara.
How lucasgarvey2 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are an Arizona based production company that works on a mixture of internal projects, such as podcasts and short films which are targeted towards 17-24 years olds, and commercial projects for clients which are usually other business owners.
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
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
Let designers make suggestions:
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our content varies from comedy to drama, so we need a logo that can fit into both categories. We have also included photos of the hat that inspired the name for our Trash Hat brand, it's by no means necessary that it is included in the logo, but its there if you need it. We're looking for flat, minimalistic designs.
The story behind the name is that the founder of the company, when he was a young kid, around 8-10 years old, was on a vacation with his family, and one day when he was on the beach, he found this disgusting and gross hat on top of a trash can, which he thought was super cool so he took it home and patched it up, and would wear it around his house constantly.
We are currently working under the name Lucas Garvey, but as we continue to grow we feel it is important to create a brand beyond that, you can find our current work at http://www.lucasgarvey.com