It was a delight to work with Andra. She was always very patient and responsive and listened carefully to my opinion. Her design represents our business perfectly. We will be working with her again for sure.
It was a pleasure to work with her - her designs were outstanding!
Visezi got my client's needs quickly. She also responded to each issue. My client is thrilled with the new logo, and it is proudly displayed on their site and in their office.
How Phantomrun started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Pawsitively Fun Dog Training
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a positive reinforcement dog training facility (this means instead of using punishment and force to get a dog to do what you want, we focus on teaching and reward – building on that close relationship that every dog owner dreams of).
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
Our current main focus is dog training – with future plans to add retail, doggie daycare, grooming and boarding (including cats).
We are in what you might describe as a small town (approx population 6500, county population equals about 54,000, with most areas being rural), so small businesses struggle at times. We need a logo that’s noticeable without being over the top.
The design should include our name and represent fun without being too juvenile. And if possible represent that we’re here to help – thinking kindness and trust also. In the world of pet services dog bones and paw prints are a bit overdone – however since “Paws” is in our name we can’t avoid it, so a paw print should be part of the design but perhaps not the main focus.
We’re not attached to any particular colors, so we’ll provide feedback if we see something that jumps out at us.
We want a design that can grow with us, be used on signage, our website, business literature and shirts.