It has been a pleasure working with Piparus as we felt that she found an excellent balance between integrating our own ideas and coming up with her own design. Even though we eventually had two designs (from two different designers) which we really liked, we opted for Piparus at the end as we felt that she was particularly easy to communicate with and very clear and straight to the point in her explanations. Based on our experience with Piparus, we can highly recommend her.
- Mihai M
Very cool design!!!! Thanks :)
How Ben.clauss started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Long Island Floorplans and Photography
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We create floor plans of existing homes for the real estate industry, our target market is the higher end of the market where we are working with million dollar listings and high profile homes.
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
New logo that incorporated the outline of Long Island NY with the following text included within the perimeter of the logo, the text can be stretched to fit the island shape, with the "Long" portion of the text on the left (west) part of the island followed by "Island" on the upper portion of the island into the North Fork. Underneath the "Island" portions should be the word(s) "Floor Plans" or "Floorplans" Outside of the shape and underneath the Island should be the text "and photography" We are looking for a clean, laid back sophisticated surfer feel, without being overly surfish with the text. Color scheme is ocean related with blue, brown, sand colors, see our twitter page #LIFloorplans for more details. A logo similar to the old 60's style postcards with a classic feel would be ideal. http://www.allposters.com/-sp/Greet…55252_.htm, Another Idea would be to have the island left alone and add the text around the drawing to square off the shape. The "Long Island Floorplans" would be about the island similar to the post card by larger and floorplans and photography would be where the Atlantic ocean is now.