Mark was awesome. Did great work, and was extremely quick to respond when we requested any adjustments. I highly recommend!
Unique design with artistic investment and not just standard graphics and templates. Very responsive designer. Great experience all-around
How clearsky66 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We bake artisan bread to order for retail customers. Our bread is often warm when our customers come into the store to pick it up. They often hug the bag of bread that we call a "bundle of joy." Our typical customer is willing to make the extra stop to pick up their bread, and is typically 25-60 years old, middle to upper income, fairly evenly split between men and women.
The owner of the company calls himself "The Bread Dude" and has created a distinct voice on our website; casual, clever, fun-loving. We call our customers Bread Fans, and long-time buyers are BFF's, Bread Fan Forever.
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
The uploaded image is one that a bread fan created for us. We don't have to use it or relate to it, but it gives one idea. Our owner also owns a company called Noonday Ventures, website is Noondayventures.com. The Noonday Ventures logo is more formal and squared off than we'd like for Noonday Bread, but shows a use of a sun image that we like a lot and that goes along with the word noonday. We'd like the Noonday Bread logo to refer back to the Noonday Ventures logo in some way, even if very subtly.
The second uploaded image is the sun from the Noonday Ventures logo. We'd like this color included in the design. If you use a sun image and triangles, please use this shape of triangle.
Please look at our website. In particular, read the FAQ's to get the Bread Dude's "voice." Also, there is a picture of him under the about/our story tab if anyone wants to create a character logo. Noondaybread.com
Once we have a logo, we're going to have the website redesigned, so no need to match what you see on the website. We'll most likely add business cards later.