We had a contest to design our new church logo. mURITO came up with the winning design. It was all that we wanted in a logo - simple, but meaningful. She was able to make corrections and changes in a timely manner. We would recommend others to work with her in the near future.
Thank you once again mURITO
Praise The Lord came up with a very simple and elegant solution for my logo and worked withe as we tweaked it to become just what I needed. Thanks and great design.
I really liked the design and strongly recommend the designer!
I hired another designer the traditional method and paid the customary 50% upfront fee and they never provide a logo and disappeared from sight. A colleague of mine suggested I give 99Designs a try and I can say I could not be happier. I could not be more pleased with the process and 22nya not only provided a great design but was very receptive and quick to modify the design from the feedback I provided. I would not hesitate to use 22nya again for a 1on1 project. Anyone in need of a logo or brand identity collateral, I would highly recommend inviting 22nya or contracting for a 1on1 project. Now I have a brand identity package that I am excited about and now I can move forward with my marketing activities.
How Mikesikora started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Trinity Welding Services
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our company owns portable welding and fabrication trucks (one for now) that work in the oil and gas industry up north. We weld structural steel (CWB welding) erecting large structures to facilitate the process of oil and gas mining. We want to be recognized on the job site by other workers in the area as well as companies to hire our trucks. Target audience is not specific to any type. We hope to get recognition for our top quality work and have the logo synonymous with the work. This logo will find itself on our truck doors and even more so on stickers that end up on hundreds of tool boxes and hard hats throughout the local construction communities, so a great logo is very important.
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 started with the logo that I attached.... I am not sure where to go with this, or to start new. It is quite drab (for now). I like the concept of rugged as per the industry, thus the "ford built tough" logo. I originally wanted to add rivets to the already started Trinity logo to make it look like a piece of steel attached to the truck. But, now I am in the air about where to go. This has to be able to be made into a sticker (that gets plastered all over toolboxes and hard hats in the construction community) or a magnet for the side of the truck and eventually go on business cards and letterhead for invoices, etc. I am not sure if we want to continue with the logo that is already started or go a completely different direction. There is an element of "faith" in the company, thus the Trinity name.... Not sure if we incorporate that belief or not... I guess, I am not sure where to go, but I will know when I see it :) Don't be afraid to go in a completely different direction than is already started.