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The process of working with 99 Designs was recommended to me by a friend and it turned out to be just as good as they said. The designs by Iwak stood out from the others in terms of their style and how well they had listened to the brief provided.
I would fully recommend Iwak to anyone looking for a new logo, as from start to finish they were extremely professional, quick to respond and very helpful, even after a number of last minute alteration requirements. Many thanks for all your hard work!
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Senggol Bacok was a pleasure to work with. He was very patient with my requests and was very receptive to my needs. I enjoyed working with him very much. Thank you for all your help, Senggol Bacok.
How DCK/JNA started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
JNK&A or JNKA or JNK (optional: Jaeger Nickola Kuhlman & Associates Architects, Ltd.)
What’s your company slogan?
optional: Specilized in serving churches and faith-based organizations for 50 years
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Full service architecture firm (50 year anniversary in 2013) specializing in serving churches (all denominations) and other faith-based clients including synagogues, senior housing developers, schools, and universities
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 logo is JNA (for Jaeger Nickola & Associates). My first thought, to keep it to 3 letters, was to change it to JNK (Jaeger Nickola Kuhlman), but I'm concerned about JNK being read as "junk", so, unless there's a creative way to avoid this, I'm now leaning toward JNK&A (Jaeger Nickola Kuhlman & Associates)