This is the third contest we've held with 99Designs, and Marlena was one of the best designers we've ever had the pleasure of working with. Her responsiveness and professionalism were second to none, and she went out of her way to quickly accommodate any requests or revisions. She has an artistic flair and eye for detail that set her apart from all the other designers in the contest. Moreover, she was able to incorporate both the character and message of our organization throughout the logo, which she presented in multiple formats, which allows us to keep a consistent look and feel through various versions of the logo. It was like getting 5 different logos for the various marketing mediums, all sending a consistent message and brand recognition. We will definitely be using her again in the future. Highly recommend her.
How jcollins7068 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Royal Oak Animal Hospital: we are not sure we want it incorporated into the logo. More like attach the name to a logo. Also, we would like to de-emphasize "Royal Oak" and emphasize "Animal Hospital"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a veterinary clinic. We are a suburb of Detroit. Our clients are professionals, families, bohemian, eco-friendly, educated. Logo must represent both cats and dogs. People are out walking the downtown. There are shops and restaurants with outside seating. Often dogs accompany their owners in walks and at restaurants. There are bakeries devoted to pets and pet stores that are more like boutiques.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Designer please make suggestions. We are not set on any particular colors. We would like to consider green as our primary.
Consider blue, yellow or pink highlights (friendliness and nurturing)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We work mainly with cats & dogs we'd like to see both represented in our logo design.
We want to convey:
* professionalism, knowledge, on the cutting edge of new methods/modalities in our profession, educators (of pet owners)
*We are service oriented: compassionate, friendly, honest, helpful,
*And perhaps most of all:We love pets!
We're not interested in seeing:
- Designs that are too colorful/cartoonish
- Paw prints, hearts, dog houses
- Medical Crosses or medical equipment.
- anything suggestive of "royal" or "oak" such as crowns, oak trees, leaves or acorns