Thanks for a really great work!
By far the best logo!
Riyan was very quick with his initial response as well as his edits. He's a top notch professional. I'm very happy with my logo and if I need another one in the future, I'll definitely have Riyan work his magic.
50 stars for morry!!!
She is very friendly, incredible fast and worked very much to show me many directions in which I thought it can go.
It was a great and creative time with you!
Thank You very much, morry!
Dan was very responsive and talented. He did a great job!
- M U S
MUS submitted unique and interesting designs to our contest. The creativity and understanding of our vision was fantastic. MUS was receptive to feedback and delivered a great product.
Great at listening and translating the vision.
How CedarFlats started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Cedar Flats Development Company, or Cedar Flats, or Cedar Flats Dev Co, or CFDC
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We started out as a real estate management company. The Company morphed into Emergency Management Technology through a partnership with Boeing. We create Tech for the Unmanned Aerial Systems industry for use on wildfires.
One area we do work on also is Winter Snow Sports Tech.
Essentially we do all of our tech work via mapping software. So it’d be cool to see designs with the sense of navigation, north arrow, compass, or the like maybe integrated in.
The name Cedar Flats comes from the original name of our home base town, Dunsmuir. It was the first name. So it’s a historical reference to the past and moving into the future. I’d like the design to be savvy and moving forward.
This is my second company. We are very active in the community and want to bring lots to the design that has meaning
One thing that would be cool would be the use of the Castle Crags or Mt Shasta. Both of those mountains are the back drop of our community. Ahd the Sacramento Runs through town.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I’d like to use sold colors as much as possible. Mainly for web but will also do quite a bit of print advertising in the area. Keep to a max of 4 colors to maximize printing opportunity and keeping cost to a 4 Color process rather then larger cost.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I’d like the logo to be solid colors and to stay away from fades or blended colors for screen printing later. I really like the RVCA logo of plain letters of CFDC but that doesn’t look to cool. I’m open to designs and excited to see the responses.