We loved working with a Jason. He was super responsive and listened to what we wanted. We loved working with him and would highly recommend him for any project.
Great job! Love it! Thanks again :)
Design came out great - first time
- 47 designs
The contest was about a new skin and body care line. The designer was very easy to work with and any changes that we asked for, they were open to. The designer also gave us some designs that way beyond what we even envisioned. We highly recommend this designer.
99-Problems was great to work with. Followed our design brief perfectly and submitted the winning design on the first try. (We did ask for some modifications, which were done quickly, but our ideas were not as good as the original).
It was a tough decision because there were two other very good designs.
Great work and definitely plan to use 99-Problems for future projects.
- Violent Zen™ LLC
How deerparkbranding started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Deer Park Community City Schools prides itself on being a pillar of the community in a 2 square-mile district. All students walk to school and it is not uncommon for multiple generations of family to have raised and educated their children in the district.
However, this does not mean we are not living in modern times. We provide an innovative curriculum with numerous extracurricular activities, and athletics that compete with other high-performing schools in the area.
Our target audience includes all students, staff, parents, alumni and friends of the district, and due to our small town, many community members who feel a strong sense of pride in our schools. For athletics, our logo will be used on all uniforms, apparel, signage and our new basketball court being installed this summer.
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 close-knit city school district that has struggled to convey one cohesive brand throughout our past and are wanting to rebrand with a new Wildcat and district logo that will reflect both our history and demonstrate our future-focused aspirations.
We have uncovered around 18 different variations of the Deer Park Wildcat, some dating back to the 1950s. Many not even true looking wildcats. We are looking to end the confusion and show a strong logo that reflects our close-knit community in a new way.
Our exact colors for reference.
Red (Scarlet) - PMS 200 ; RGB: 187 0 0
Grey - PMS 424 ; RGB: 102 102 102
Black and white for secondary colors
We would like logo set where different elements can be used for different purposes, similar to Creighton and Murray State. We like the stylistic and modern look of these logos and the excitement they convey.