The designer was EXCELLENT - exceeded expectations and was not only quick to respond but really took the time to listen. Would definitely use again - a real pro!
Great experience working with Nin@, her designs were exactly what I was looking for. Good, happy communication. Listened to my ideas and created a design I’m more than happy with. I would recommend this designer to anyone. Thank you.
This designer was great to work with and developed a great understanding for what I was looking for as we went through the feedback process during the course of my logo contest. The designer responded very promptly to requests and provided with multiple options for the different kinds of things I was considering for a logo design. It was a great process that resulted in a logo I'm pleased with. I'd be very interested in continuing to work with this designer on other projects.
Yordanka was a great pleasure working with. She came up with lots of suggestions on my product logo design and I am very satisfied with the result. Thank you!
How Stevenkaufman11 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A universal, portable, sanitary hand scooper and sensation barrier - hand held pooper scooper - new and unique - audience is dog walkers and people Who are grossed out by touching poop through a bag
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
Want to portray - New, Unique, Universal, Portable, Sanitary - see Hand image on "Scoopette Brochure Design Concept - 1" - Like, a "Finally!" image - possibly someone holding the image up (glowing) and a dog in the background clamping and other objects surrounding the man with the product in hand. Ideally, this is targeted towards the pooper scoop / hand in the bag technique market, but again, it's universal so other dead animals as a portrayal wouldn’t be too bad of an option. I'd like to keep the color schemes to a minimum for merchandise purposes.