Great stylistic fit for our requirements. Expert in the topic (equestrian) so could relate that into the design. Really receptive to all our feedback. Great to work with.
Great Designer, Great Communication. We got all Versions and Varients we need in the Formats we require. The first time, that I did not have to create Variants by myself. In addition a professional Style Guide, that makes it easy to use the Logo as a base for all other Developments.
Amazing designer. Loved how BlackMustangsDs was able to adjust the design based on my brief.
- Danny Junior
I got EXACTLY what i was looking for!
He was great and easy to communicate with, and hes fast and efficient!
Would hire him again forsure!
Very fast and friendly.
How ShayneTilley started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Topline Equine is an equestrian service business. Services include training, ongoing care, buying and selling support, event preparation, transport.
This isn't a horse racing business. It's more pleasure riding. Show jumping, dressage, cross country, trail riding. Think about the events you see at the Olympics.
The target audience is the local equestrian community. The most likely customer is a 30-40-year-old woman.
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
Looking for a simplistic design incorporating the top half outline of a horse (head/neck/back/rump = topline) and the wording "Topline Equine".
An example image of the horse to use for the outline is attached.
*** Important: Designs that don't incorporate all elements of the 'topline' as mentioned above and attached in the picture (excluding the rider) will be declined. This element is critical in this brief. ****
The logo must not be too detailed as we would like it to be suitable for embroidery. In terms of heirachy, Topline is the major term, equine secondary. We're open to the design empacising Topline or giving them equal weight, but definatly not equine as the emphasis.