Stenaleo obviously read my brief and paid attention to what I said in it. She gave me exactly the kind of elegant, lovely, unusual design I was hoping for. She was always responsive to any requests and corrections I made and was generally a pleasure to work with. I'm very excited about my new logo, business cards, and facebook cover.
Jordandes provided a great design and quickly made the edits that I suggested. Jordandes was the only designer in this contest who immediately thought outside of the box and suggested some colors that I had not thought of. I would work with Jordandes again.
- Lizart Design
I have been very impressed with 99d and my designer! It was money well spent and I will remember this for my next project.
k99art came up with a great logo design for my business and was so patient with all the little changes I asked for, even changing things back when I wasn't happy with changes I had asked for. This designer was always professional, courteous, friendly and helpful. I would definitely work with this person again on any future projects, and I would recommend them to anyone looking for help with a logo idea. I'm very happy with my finalized logo.
How kathyelainefowler started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Climbing Rose Veterinary Services
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm a mobile (i.e. I come to your house) veterinarian. I provide chiropractic care, physical therapy, hospice care, and in-home euthanasia. My patients are mainly dogs and cats, although I occasionally treat rabbits, guinea pigs, rats, etc. I don't treat large animals (horses, cows, etc).
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
Most vet practice logos look alike -- a silhouette of a dog, a cat, +/- some other animals above the practice name. One reason I chose the name Climbing Roses is that I want my logo to be different. I'm potentially open to having it feature animals, but I'm also fine with it not featuring any. I do picture it including some climbing roses or clusters of roses, and having a cozy, cottage garden feel. Also, several designers have now given me designs that feature only animals other than dogs and cats (birds, rabbits). If a logo is going to include animals, it needs to include dogs and cats, because otherwise it will give people a false idea of the species I practice on. I might occasionally see a bird or a rabbit, but my main focus is dogs and cats. Further notes about my personal taste -- I love black and white line drawings of flowers, and I also love the Art Nouveau & Art Deco styles.