fantastic designer, very easy to communicate with and nothing was a problem when I wanted changes
- Bramanto Setyaki
I have used Bram for over a dozen projects. He is the best designer I've ever worked with. He brings a high level of artistry and creativity, alongside very wise, practical design execution. Bram always strives to provide the best product possible and often exceeds the expectations of my design specifications. He is an excellent designer and I will be calling upon him again and again!
Great as always, will be back!
Again, Ruve did such a great job. It was a pleasure working with him and his unique handwritten design made such a difference. Thank you!!! Maike and Dennis
- dennis S8
great work and good design ideas
Great working with Allyna again :)
How pjasymons started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
A storytelling agency.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Brand Storytelling. Branded Content. Brand Entertainment. Image and reputation.
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
Trying to think of all the elements to incorporate into a company logo and watermark is quite the task. The first thing is to put into words the 'what' - my company, SymonSays, is a play on my last name and the classic children's game and is meant to be fun and educational. The agency is a storytelling company - blending traditional journalism with cutting-edge film and print content for brands.
As a storytelling agency, I want to impart a sense of creativity, classic style and old-world charm and humor. The closest brand I can find (not necessarily in terms of style, but feel is JibJab): http://focuslabllc.com/our-work/jibjab or Disney.
For consideration, I think a stylized version of my father's signature (file attached) would be cool - a watermark, perhaps a stylized "S". I would also like to incorporate a period at the end of SymonSays. In the 1800's it was tradition for newspapers (The New York Times ) to use a period after the logo or nameplate https://www.grammarphobia.com/blog/…plate.html
This is a tie back to journalistic excellence...
I am also open to completely different concepts too.