I love Alessandra's design! She's so patient even after so many requests for me to change the designs. Also, her logo brought out the essence of our business. Really love her service and would engage her again!
Very nice job.
Once again Nicole produced exactly what we were looking for, in a very timely manner. Nicole is a pleasure to work with.
Alexandru.S exceeded my expectations and jumped thru several hurdles to make my logo perfect. Thank you
Tira is really talented and was really helpful throughout the process of edits and approvals. Will definitely work with them again.
I am in love with my logo. :)The designer was extremely helpful and patient with all my requests. Thank you again for investing time and effort to come up with a logo that meets my expectations.
How branchworth started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tipp to Tail Pet Resort & Spa
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a full-service companion animal veterinary hospital in Ohio - Tipp City Veterinary Hospital. In addition to medical services, we also offer pet boarding, daycare, grooming, and training services. We are in the process of building a separate building on our campus to consolidate our non-medical services under one roof. We will be branding the building with the name "Tipp to Tail Pet Resort & Spa." Our target market is highly engaged pet owners - people who see their pets as part of their family.
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
We have an existing logo for our veterinary hospital (see attached). The design for the new/secondary Pet Resort logo does not need to mirror our primary logo design, but I would like to incorporate the same colors and (maybe) fonts if possible. It is likely that the two logos will often be displayed side-by-side, so it would be great if they didn't entirely clash with each other. Internally, we have liked the idea of incorporating visual aspects into the words themselves, instead of having a separate graphic or icon (ex. "Tipp" could look like a dog's nose, and "Tail" could incorporate a dog's tail. Also, to clarify, in the veterinary industry we often talk about "tip to tail exams" - what we mean by that is carefully examining a pet from the tip of their nose to the tip of the tail - since we are based in Tipp City, Ohio - the "Tipp to Tail" part of our secondary brand is a play on words.
UPDATE 9/25: We would like to stay away from designs showing pets inside of pet silhouettes (ex. a bird inside of cat inside of dog). Also, we'd prefer for any graphics of pets to lean toward realistic more than cartoony.