Joe was responsive, flexible, patient and ultimately supportive of us achieving our objective; designing a logo our members could agree on that represents us well...mission accomplished. Thanks Joe!
working with neonp has been fantastic. his design work was very good, and he was very helpful and quick with coming back with reworks when needed. In the design handover process, neonp was also very accommodating with providing various file formats (PNG24, Adobe Illustrator Vector, JPEG) along with providing the logo with different outline colors. I would highly recommend this designer and anticipate working with him again in the future.
- petir jingga
Petir has been truly phenomenal to work with. Extremely talented and very creative. He was capable to take the mission statement and principles of what my company stands for and design us the perfect logo to match. If you're looking for a graphic designer to create a truly unique and phenomenal design he is definitely the perfect fit; even if you have no idea of what you want, he'll make art out of your words!
How Danielschulof started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My organization is called Varsity Pets. We make products for people with dogs. Specifically, we make products that help dogs stay fit. Kibblr is our newest product. It is a mobile app that helps dogs lose weight by showing users how much kibble to feed their dogs. Varsity Pets has a trademarked logo and a visual motif that permeates all of our marketing content. You can see it below. Stately red, white, and blue with lots of collegiate font. The target audience for Kibblr is dog owners who are familiar with mobile applications and modern technology.
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
Please make sure that the logo is consistent with the existing Varsity Pets art (below). But it should use those existing elements in a "Web 2.0"-style logo for a mobile app. The logo will often be used with our existing art (such as "Kibblr by Varsity Pets") so they need to be consistent.