Zehriya was a complete ease to work with. She made so many little tweaks, and in the end, my project was EXACTLY what I wanted from the beginning... only better. I can't say enough good things about this experience and about her design.
- Jerry Hanel
Andrid was awesome to work with...very responsive and was able to take our novice design guidance and make the exact changes we were looking for. This was our first time using 99 designs and had an exceptional experience throughout the entire process.
Hard working designer, with good aesthetic sense and prompt replies
How Prestigeswfl started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Prestige Landscapes or Prestige Landscapes of SWFL
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Landscaping and lawn maintenance.
Standard mow, blow, spray, trim, etc as well as lay rock, mulch, sod, trim trees.
Residential home owners, commercial properties, communities.
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
Here in Florida lawn businesses are very very common and they all start to look alike. Most do not have a very professional look. Unfortunately its the nature of the business for most of them to include the color green. I lean more toward a lime color and maybe another accent color. I like things to look clean and recognizable. We do not want to be just a basic lawn service company, we are moving more into landscaping. Our legal name is Prestige Landscapes of SWFL but are more commonly known as Prestige or Prestige Landscapes.
As this process has gone on I have found I like more earthy elements in the design and a more professional look. We will most likely add business card design at the end. The current website design being considered is a dark charcoal grey wood fence background (see attached file). There is also one available in a darker brown. I like the use of wood in some logos I have seen online and will try to upload some. We also do a lot of "rock" jobs. Small to medium sized rocks of various colors used instead of mulch in the landscape beds of homes. This is common is south Florida. I am liking the trees used in many of the designs you guys have done for us, too. Another design element I enjoy when searching online is when the logo appears to be "engraved" in wood or stone, or burned like a brand. I wouldn't like that design element all the time because it wouldn't look good on the side of the trailer or on invoices and such but it does look great on business cards/website, etc. I also like having a spelled-out version along with an "initial" version so we can stay with a recognizable logo but change according to its use.
I don't know if that is too many "elements" or of any help but I appreciate your efforts. This is great.