We worked together to design an akita mascot for our company, Akita. Gila was very patient and accommodating with our requests for changes and after a few weeks of back and forth, we finally emerged with an extremely cute mascot we are all very happy with.
Jana hit the brief from the word go and was very helpful in providing revisions to the design throughout the process. Her communication was clear, concise and her attitude was exactly what we had hoped for. The experience exceeded my expectations.
- info hEZ
Great designs, responsive to feedback and quick turn around, thanks!
- jen jedow
First off, I have to say that I don't usually leave any comments but I felt compelled as DCPixelPerfect did such a fabulous job with the design of my logo. From the moment I launched the project they were on the top of the list with there design and presentation. when it came to revisions they were patient with all the changes (there were lots) and they did not push or bug me when I would go a cpl days to weeks without contact due to my business. The were extremely professional and you would not be doing yourself any favors if you don't at least let them sent you a cpl ideas. Thanks again DCPP!
How Abbie Mood started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Need a logo for a brand new business -> Communicate with Your Dog
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm a positive reinforcement dog trainer that helps dogs and their humans communicate better. My website is communicatewithyourdog.com
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
I'm working on a tagline of "Life with your dog can be easy," which may or may not be included in the logo, just something to keep in mind :)
The type of client I want to attract is someone who wants to create a relationship with their dog, not exert dominance over them. I want to help people create happy, healthy relationships with their dogs. I've included a rough draft of my manifesto so that you can get a better idea of my training philosophy/personality.
NOTE: If you are using a dog in the logo, I prefer a generic dog vs. something that looks like a specific breed.
I also think it would be better to be more horizontal vs. boxy or vertical because it will fit in the header of my website better.