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Design expert Keegan136™ was really attentive to design brief and made several changes to the design throughout the contest. Prompt, accurate and a beautifully designed logo. That's what I experienced with this expert. I hope you consider your design possibilities with Keegan136™.
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ManuRocks was great to work with; he was quick with his responses and changes that I'd requested. He was really the only designer that engaged in conversation with me about what I needed. I'll be asking him to do more work for us.
Graphikrama is a 5-STAR performer! Was the first to submit a design and the other designers couldn't keep up--even after seeing what I liked. Tweaks and changes? Matter of minutes and they were done...and perfectly! HIGHLY recommended!
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How Jewellhardwoods started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We supply to those on the cutting edge of furniture & design,
We produce Quality Hardwood Slabs & Lumber from Urban Recovered Trees. Serving: Builders, Architects, Interior Designers, Woodworkers both Wholesale & Retail. We specialize in Large Black Walnut slabs and lumber. Our industry is Furniture/ Architectural/ Industrial (the Select your industry doesn't give multiple options)
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 cater and supply to those on the cutting edge of furniture & design,
so we don't want to stay "in the box". Our logo needs to make us stand
out in a crowd, just as our modern furniture does.
We don't want to be so formal that we lose our "Modern" edge. We really want to see more diversity and creativity in the icon part of the logo, something more than just our initials. For an example, possibly incorporate the black walnut pictures attached on the bottom. Either using the bark, or a 3 dimensional look into the canopy of a large trunk walnut tree.