Nothing to comment in terms of feedback, a great design, very helpful and a real pleasure to deal with Carkass
This is a new start-up company logo. Shifana had won a previous contest we had put on.. so rather than risk not getting what we want by running another contest, we decided to work directly with Shifana. She has her own great ideas and is also willing to listen ourwishes. She's fantastic.
- Soni Corner
We had a great experience working with Soni. The designs were genuine and tracked our design brief specs closely. All of our requests for changes were met immediately and we ended up with a final product that is just excellent.
Always fairly priced and does great work!!!
How DistillDB started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Distill Wine Consultancy
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Distill Wine Consultancy is a wine industry consultation business providing services, support & advice to wineries and wine businesses in the areas of:
Winemaking & Wine Production - Social Media - Marketing & Strategy - Branding - Domestic & Export Market Access - Wine Law & Regulation.
Distill Wine Consultancy is a young and energetic organisation who will primarily be operating with boutique wine producers.
Some key words to assist you:
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
So far, lots of the designs have included imagery of wine bottles. In the wine industry people have a greater and more valuable connection to images such as grapes, vine leaves, grapevines and vineyards. Many of the designs have used "DISTILL WINE" as the major portion of the text based designs, with "consultancy" used in smaller text. The business is a wine consultancy called Distill so I would like to see designs that focus on "Distill" as the larger and focus of the typeface, with "wine consultancy" as the smaller text. Remember, wine is a very traditional product so I am trying to capture some of that tradition but in a contemporary logo that is distinct and strong. Whilst I am open to many colour suggestions, try to focus on colours that are associated with wine. Dark reds and deep purple for example. Black and grey scale are also useful.The staff operating this business are young and energetic wine professionals who aren't afraid to have fun and don't take themselves too seriously.