TheSigns did a fantastic job designing our project. Communication was strong from the first design to the final. The consistency in layout and design was excellent. Highly recommend this designer!
The best!!!! Polola won our logo design contest and we've continued to work with her on several more projects. She gets everything done on time and has such a great attitude about finding the right design even when I'm not sure what I want. I feel lucky to have worked with her and want her designing everything for my business. Thanks for everything!
Amazing person to work with. This logo was the second one from the Italian designer and I am extremely satisfied.
- Adam Nada
Showed something different than what everyone else was doing, made revisions when I asked and suggestions when I wasn't sure what was needed. Thank you for a great design!
How Butterlynut started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
OPTIONAl: Terms such as "chocolates" or "Bon Bon" could follow the name if conducive to the designer's vision of how to arrange the words and letters of our name. Would have to be a minimalist font if adding this extra text.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Makers of organic, fair-trade, raw-foods-based chocolate bonbons. Omega-3 superfood invented for active toddlers but usually swiped by parents, for whom we have added midnight-dark and chili flavors. Also swooned over by a surprising number of people who supposedly don't like chocolate. Vegetarian. Elegant truffle-like eating experience but the filling fills like a brownie. Always egg- and gluten-free! Our bonbons are shiny, brown-black spheres.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
As a major draw of our product is its nutritious nut content, squirrel-related things keep coming to mind. A squirrel with a bonbon. A subtle squirrelesque line graphic. Or maybe a hint of a squirrel designed to peek up from the bottom of materials that have our name at the top. Acorn features incorporated into letters of our name. A bonbon with an acorn cap. An acorn bouncing and morphing into a bonbon. A squirrel trying to trade up for a bonbon. A squirrel eating a bonbon with leaf garnish on a sushi dish.