Win@rto was very helpful in throughout the design process and worked from some ideological themes that we had in mind and brought them to images that we can now use for our business. Win@rto was always helpful making edits and changes that we thought were necessary to achieve our design.
This job went great. Budibosbejo’s designs were exactly what we were looking for. He worked with us on some small changes to make it perfect. Communication was great and he was very responsive. Requested changes were made right away and all were done with great artistic insite.
This designer did a great job with designing my logo and working with me to perfect it. Very responsive! Very Quick! Very talented.
How jcahalan started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
PavilionsAndGazebos.com or PavilionsandGazebos.com
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The organization builds both wooden & vinyl gazebos, pergolas & pavilions for homeowners, businesses and civic organizations. This gazebo builder's target audience is an upper middle class family or decision maker. The target audience admires quality craftsmanship and likes to live a relaxed lifestyle.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I've attached the logo for the "sister" brand known as Amish Designers. The business owner loves the simplicity of this current logo in addition to how it displays the gazebo in the letter A. I've also attached images of the product that will be sold. Please use this to form some ideas, but feel free to experiment with something wacky if you think it will blow us away. THIS COMPANY IS NOT ASSOCIATED WITH AMISH COUNTRY SO don't give the logo a beard or anything like that.
REQUIREMENTS PER THE CLIENT:
1) PavilionsAndGazebos.com should stack on two separate lines:
2) The "and" can be capitalized or not capitalized based on your particular design. I'm interested in ideas and seeing how you implement this.
3) The "a" in "Pavilions" and the "a" in Gazebos should incorporate some sort of illustration (see sample logo below).