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I loved working with ruezzz™. He really nailed the requests I made in my design brief and was very responsive in submitting revisions. The design he came up with was original and fresh and it really conveys the ethos of my business. I would recommend him to anyone looking for a fantastic logo design!
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- Locks Of Liz
How larch.architecture started their logo & hosted website journey
Who are you known as?
Larch Architecture LLC
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am starting an architecture firm that provides progressive, smart, professional, design solutions for residential and commercial clients.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
Yellows: Energy, intellect, fun and youth.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The company name, Larch Architecture, is inspired by the larch tree which grows at high elevations in the mountains near where I live. The Larch is a deciduous conifer, meaning that unlike other needle bearing trees, larch trees lose their needles in the fall, and before they do they turn a brilliant orange-yellow color. These trees are really stunning in the fall - which is where the inspiration for the company name comes from. My desire is for the logo to somehow capitalize on this imagery of the yellow larch tree - it could be as simple as a really nice yellow tree - or maybe it is a yellow tree that stands out from the green trees around it. Maybe the logo uses wood grain texture, or incorporates an image of tree rings, or maybe it just emphasis this yellow larch color somehow. My desire is for the logo to be simple (not fussy), clean, modern, smart, and professional. Please see the imagery I've included for inspiration and thanks!
What do you have in mind for the style and theme of the logo and hosted website?
I do not currently have a ton of content to fill up multiple pages of a website design. I need a visually captivating home page with a primary image of a landscape with larch trees in it (I have taken some myself or perhaps there are royalty free images available for this I don't know). The other pages would need to include an about me page, and a portfolio page. I may also incorporate a blog into the website, so I guess that might be the fourth page.
Jimdo templates to explore
I do not currently have a ton of content to fill up multiple pages of a website design, so in my mind there is an emphasis on a clean & simple.
Home Page: I would like a large, visually captivating image of a landscape with larch trees in it (I have taken some myself or may be able to find others that are royalty free - I don't know) and some small amount of text here with an introduction to the firm. The Home Page could be very simple without a lot of content.
About Me Page: Some photos (that I've taken) and a small amount text to give people a sense of who I am and what I'm like and why they would choose to work with me.
Projects Page: Photos of representative projects that I've worked on and a small amount of text to accompany them. I may have only 5 to 6 projects to include here...it depends on how successful I am at digging up usable photos of previous projects.
Why Hire an Architect Page: A page with mostly text explaining the value of working with an architect.
Blog Page: I am considering blogging about the design of my own house design, so this might be the fifth page. I'll want to include photos and a small amount of text with the photos here.