Excellent work and took feedback well, will work with directly at some point!
- Abu Mu'adz
The design is not what I expected and that is a good thing.
Rays is very flexible and get the things done..I strongly recommend him
very responsive and patient through changes
Great job. Very responsive. Thank you!
Very good design right from the start. Easy to deal with. Very accommodating and keen to please. Responded to our questions straight away. Provided us with our files quickly and efficiently. Overall very happy.
- chad 95
How jameshspice started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
JKM Japanese Knotweed Management
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a UK based organisation that specialises in the removal of the invasive (and non-native) plant, Japanese Knotweed. This is a quickly spreading plant that can cause much damage and is the only plant that must be named on a UK mortgage application. It can delay the transfer of property ownership and halt commercial property developments.
JKM has undertaken specialist training and gained qualifications in order to provide our service, and we would like your help to develop a brand identity that could be used as we expand the business, with the aim of franchising our brand and services to different regions and countries.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
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
I have included a link to the current website and an image depicting the website that is currently under development. It is important for us to list the name ‘Japanese Knotweed Management’ in its long form, but clients/customers will probably refer to us as JKM. For this reason the mechanic used in the attached image could work, or some variant of it, however we are open to your interpretations.
The colour combinations of the current logo work well in the new web format, although we would be open to tonal changes. Currently we depict a leaves growing from the letter ‘J’, which probably doesn’t portray an accurate picture of what the company does. The Japanese Knotweed leaves could certainly be integrated into the design, as it is an attractive plant, however the current logo creates the impression that we grow the plant rather than being experts in its removal.
Please refer to the current website: http://www.jkmknotweed.com and take a look at the direct we are taking with the new website design (see the attached image).