Always a pleasure to work with and a truly outstanding eye for design. Hope we get the chance to work with him again in the future.
My colleagues and I are VERY happy with the final design for the International Network of Paediatric Surveillance Units (INoPSU). The process was easy! It was great working with a designer who captured the brief, responded to comments and was willing to tweak and update the designs. Thank you so much- we really appreciate your help!!!
He didn't get the idea of branding, and details. I wanted the winner to do the complete branding, but this designer doesnt seem to have the idea of branding guidelines.
I love my logo and I loved working with Marko. He not only worked with me to give me exactly what I was looking for he also continued to work with me after the logo was chosen so the hand off was smooth and thorough.
How Contact139 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
ecoJacks antique lumber & millworks
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a ecofriendly company that reclaims old bowling alley lanes and barns. We transform the barn wood into flooring, cladding, and other millworks. We also repurpose the bowling alley lanes and barn wood into upscale furniture. Visit our website at http://www.ecojacks.com for examples of our products.
Our target audience includes commercial and residential projects. We work with high end designers, architects, and general contractors.
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Logo types to explore
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— In the future, we may burn the logo or emblem into our products. Imagine our emblem burned into the side of a tabletop.
— We have provided goods for Starbucks, Crate & Barrel, and other fine restaurants and retailers.
— Please note the 'e' should be lowercase. We have always had the J uppercase, but we're open to it being lowercase as well.
— For those curious, the name 'ecoJacks' is a portmanteau of 'ecofriendly' and 'lumberjacks'