From the start we were always inclined to his designs. He gave us many edits and changes that we requested with no issues. Very easy and professional to work with. We LOVE our logo. Thankssss AlrazStu!
- Ekor Srigala
Ekor was very responsive when we had questions or wanted changes made. Thank you so much Ekor for your creativity and understanding of our requirements!
An absolute pleasure to work with this designer. Very quick to respond, and adjust the design to exactly what I want. I wouldn't hesitate to continue working with this designer in the future.
How tiaraknorris 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 a semi-experienced photography duo. Our current portfolio is 95% fitness photography, and so we want a logo that could appeal to fitness professionals and models. However, we want to expand into all other areas of photography as well - portraits, engagements, professional, family, etc. - and so ultimately, we want the logo to be very broad in appeal.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We like that the name "Iris" could be interpreted many different ways. Is it an eye? Is it the flower? Is it the shutter of the camera? We like that the shutter of the camera is virtually identical to the structure of the iris in the eye. We want the logo to be broad in appeal and somewhat abstract in its strucutre. We like the "eye" concept a lot more than the "flower" concept, but we would not mind if there were a clever way to blend the two. We lean more toward the "eye", but would be open to something more abstract. We like rainbow color themes, but are ultimately open to suggestions on colors. We also like script fonts, less whimsical and less formal, more artistic and asymmetrical. We have attached a few concept pictures - although we want our final product to be completely unique... some kind of spin off of the traditional "eye and shutter" that are so commonplace.