Very welcoming, open to improvement and proactive to changes.
The expeditious respond and dedicated work that was completed, was exactly what was expected. The art of the creative mind of this artist/designer is absolutely amazing.
How nicoLy started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Jubel makes planning personalized trips easy. Our platform allows you to seamlessly craft & book ideal travel experiences matching Your Style. Your Budget. Anywhere. Our focus is on 23-50 year olds all over the world looking to plan a multi-destination travel experience.
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 are a travel tech company about to launch our new platform - making the trip planning process more of a do-it-yourself experience. We make it easy to plan an amazing travel experience fully personalized to your style & budget. Our current logo (http://www.jubel.co) with the map and all that just looks too outdated and travel agent-like. So we want something slicker, simpler, memorable, more sophisticated but that is tasteful. I'd like for the blue in our branding to be kept in mind in these designs. In reality, I'm leaning more towards simply having "jubel" written out lowercase kind of like Airbnb or if you look up Joyable (https://joyable.com/) or Hopper (https://www.hopper.com/) they have slick and simple designs but all have something that make it memorable, a small icon or something. I think with our "j" we can still make something special, or perhaps it's separate from the word. Allbirds (https://www.allbirds.com/) also have a cool logo - although I think we'd like to stay away from italics. Really looking forward to designs!