Out of all the designers, "fromsaturdays" was the only one that truly followed the brief that I had provided. He provided both a literal and abstract interpretation of the Mandala symbol. Initially, I liked his “literal” interpretation of the Mandala but towards the end of the competition his “abstract” Mandala really started to catch my attention. He was very responsive to my comments and he made the changes I requested as the competition progressed. I am very happy with what he created. I’m sure you will win more work/competitions as time goes on. Thank you "fromsaturdays" for your good work.
- AC Graphics
Outstanding experience! Great “vision” and creativity to build what I didn’t even realize I needed. Extremely responsive and flexible. I plan to work with them on my next logo.
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- Milos Zdrale
Milos provided an excellent service, and a quick turnaround. The deliverables matched or exceeded expectations. All in it was a very pleasant experience.
How ejsmartmart started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Luxica Home is the new name for a recently established online brand focused on bringing inexpensive (but not cheap) luxury lifestyle products to the home. We want customers to experience little luxuries in their everyday lives.
We're rebranding to make our name more unique and to expand our line to include products not related to coffee. While we've launched with a very modern feel, we'd like to go a bit softer in our look.
Our target market is females (25-54 years old). They have an income greater than $60,000, enjoy spoiling themselves a bit, and are online shoppers.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
We've started with black, white, and silver, but our packaging has included brown kraft as well. We're staying away from bright colors, though.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
While our name is changing, our products, values, target market, and other messaging are not. We'd like to soften the feel of the brand as we expand into other kitchen and home accessories. We need to feel upscale, but relatable.
Though we were limited to three choices of logo types, an initial-based one is not off the table!