Pays attention to detail. Listens to what we want. Great response time. Always did what we asked in a timely manner. He really made the fine tuning process easy and gave us a lot of options. We love our new logo.
- RW ☀ptimistic design
RW ☀ptimistic was great to work with. Very creative, professional and patient with us on our first logo development. I would highly recommend working with this wonderful designer.
- Project 4
Jenny is wonderful to work with! Extremely patient and amazingly talented.
Amazing work and fast!
- julio mark
Julio has some great innovative design ideas. He used some suggestions I made and took initiative to create a new design that I like.
He was responsive to a number of tweaks and changes and helped me get the files up and running once he'd prepared them.
I will look forward to working with Julio again. Thank you.
How Amelia C started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a custom welding/fabrication shop, specializing in custom furniture and structures that combines steel and reclaimed wood. Our target audience is consumers who appreciate craftsmanship and are looking for a unique, vintage industrial look.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
No. We always assumed the logo would be all black (with an all white version for using on background images). The business cards we currently have (which are awful) incorporate some vintage teal/turquoise, but we aren't set on that by any means.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We would like the logo to have both some sort of image/icon as well as the words 512 Metalworks. Ideally, we would like to be able to use either the whole logo or just the the non-verbal image/icon as a "stamp" that we can turn into a custom brand we burn into our work- so the design should be relatively simple/clean to facilitate this. Additionally, we envision making merchandise (shirts, hats, stickers) that use either the whole logo or just the icon/image part (depending on the design). I had one idea of making an icon that is a hammer and a welding rod crossing over each other- to signify how we combine metalworking with woodworking. It might be a cool idea to try, but i by NO means am attached to this idea. Welcome any and all suggestions from the pros. :) We want the logo to emulate a 'made in America' feel, with vintage classic styling.
NOTE: so far all designed have used the crossover of a hammer and welding rod. This was just an idea we had- we are very open to other designs!