He did a wonderful job! Loved his creativity, and was proactive about submitting new designs until we found the one. Thanks so much!
My brief was a bit long and very complex. Quite a few designers had a lot of challenges in interpreting and creating the Logo and related design attributes. Iconomic hit it on the first attempt and in fact the final design was not too far off of his initial concept. He was thorough, responsive, professional, and most of all extremely creative. I had to tell other designers to go back and re read the brief as what they submitted was so far off. I highly recommend Iconomic with no reservations and I am a frequent user of 99 designs and can speak from experience. You won't make a mistake in hiring him. Exceptional designer!!! Exceptional finished product!! I am extremely satisfied.
- setya subekti
We were looking for a logo with a touch of modernism. Setya grasped our needs and produced a fantastic design. When feedback was needed, new versions of the logo or any modifications were made very quickly. We really appreciated his flexibility, efficiency and professionalism.
How Bruce@CPI started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
cooksandiego / cooksandiego.com
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A comprehensive online resource for all things related to food and drink. Chef profiles, restaurant profiles, recipes, brewery and winery profiles, information on events, resources, equipment, blogs, etc.
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 a bold, graphic approach. Want a logo that works with ".com" and without. Logo should convey something active that says cooking: visuals could (but not necessary) suggest burner grates from top of stove, flames, frying pan, pots, or other simple cooking utensils—but used only in a graphic, suggestive way, not literally "drawn" or "rendered" as illustration.