Nuer is an amazing designer, he is very patient and understanding with changes that get requested. I would highly recommend.
Great designer to work with on any size projects
Quick response excellent designs
This designer was very responsive. Changes were made very quickly and easily. He was really easy to work with. I highly recommend.
Clewon's designs were such a stand out front the first submission. They were imaginative, perfectly balanced, elegant, stylish, and unique. Interpretation of my brief was brilliant. She was receptive to all my requests for changes. So happy with my design!
How rposono9 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I have deep South US roots and moved to the Pacific Northwest over 10 years ago and there are a few things I miss about "back home" and have come to appreciate. There is a simple, hardworking ethic, and notion of family and home. I believe things that used to be good, are STILL good and can be adapted so anyone can bring a little of the South with them. Common sense applies, hard work pays off, and still the little details matter. Things are quality made and can be passed down to be cherished. Chintz, cast iron, cloth napkins/place settings, a nice tie and dress to the nines ... always ready to warmly welcome guests even with a simple glass of homemade tea. Eventually products will be recipes, handmade utilitarian goods (aprons, tablecloth/linens, totes, dresses) and the logo will used in those labels and other marketing/correspondence. -- Target audience is 20s to 50s ....
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
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
This will be incorporated into my blog primarily and seller sites like Etsy. Logo needs to include a vintage steam engine. (and one of the southern flowers may be incorporated into one version of logo: magnolia, azalea, camellia, etc). The "S" and "N" of SoutherN are capitalized. Easily readable using tones. The image attached was intended for a stamp but is oversimplified. Classic into modern (think chalkboard typography, but not so on trend. Serif font.) Logo does not have to be in a circle. This was just my amateur attempt to create something. Think old time steam engine, powering across the country to deliver goods, people, a journey.
Aside from logo think about different "cars" (coal, boxcar/hopper, sleeper, dining, passenger, and caboose. Silhouettes (or monochromatic colors) are ok. (The logo and cars can later be translated to a more youthful, kid friendly design 6-12 months from now.) "What used to be good, still is ... utilitarian but with class and sass. Strength and grace, polished blue collar. Something pretty but useful.... Looking for great communication/collaboration for future work.