We thoroughly enjoyed working with eutographics. Anupam was very patient as we worked through the business logo design process. He provided us with multiple design options and this allowed us to continue fine tuning until the final design was achieved. The final result was perfect. Thank you Anupam.
Absolutely a pleasure to work with.
I think T-Bear was creative, followed my instructions well and was quick to respond. They did a great job!
How Leslie4763 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
"KOPS" (K9s On Patrol Services)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Professional dog training to police departments
We train working dogs to do: Narcotics detection, security services, Search and Rescue, police apprehension
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Should the logo have the web address? k9sonpatrol.com
We are looking for simple, effective and we want it to relay that it is dog training and at a professional level only.
We like the dog silhouette we've attached above-it's on our police k9 unit now.
This company provides security and we need an actual badge which is why we thought having the logo as a badge might keep it simple. Either a police badge or sheriffs star badge.
We envision black uniform shirts and we like how white and blue stands out on black. However, we realize that this logo should be able to stand out on light colours also. We are open to changing the entire colour palett
We like the gradient changes in the design we are seeing so far- looks cool! Don't know if we are explaining that properly but the gradual shift to the different colours is what we mean...does that make sense?
We also thought bringing in the outline of the state of Texas?
We are not sure if "dog training" should be in there- to the person that stumbles across our logo, will they figure out that we train dogs with just our company name?