CJ was responsive and had a great attitude when I asked for other possible formatting layouts. She clearly has great skills, as I chose the original format that she produced! As always, awesome to work with!
I like his design, I will rehire him again
How Stitcholato started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Aux quatre coins de Paris
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Aux quatre coins de Paris is a tourist assistance company specialised in travel planning and original guided tours.
It aims to disclose an authentic side of Paris to its clients through, on one hand, a tailored agenda made by a local according to the clients' wishes and interests and, on the other hand, original guided tours. As a whole, Aux quatre coins de Paris invites to leave the beaten track to discover what can't be found in guidebooks by means of an insider's tips: a way to enjoy Paris like a local. To sum up, everything is made to plan the perfect stay in Paris, to get the best experience possible, avoiding the hassle of organising holidays and unhappy surprises.
Related words :
- travel / discovery
- authenticity / good times
- personalisation / quality
Unrelated words :
- mundane / common
- exclusive / luxurious
Target : international customers
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
I've just checked the first suggestions for my new logo and I have a few general comments.
Concerning the colors, as I wish to convey a positive image of Paris, I think that black or grey may not be good suggestions.
Concerning the Eiffel tower, I admit that I was a bit worried to fall into clichés but so far, it is absolutely not the case. I am nicely surprised with the suggestions so, have fun!
Concerning the words, I am totally aware that all of you are not fluent in French ;) So to help you, the main words of the expression of "Aux quatre coins de Paris" are "quatre" (4), "coins" (corners) and "Paris". "Aux" and "de" are just prepositions.