Exactly what I was looking for and great communication. I would highly recommend this designer!
Thank you Yudilima for your thoughtful design and attention to the brief. Janelle
Un grand merci pour le travail effectué. au plaisir de retravailler avec vous. bonne continuation
Alex et Mady
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What’s your company slogan?
Simple, Fresh, Secure
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Lunch Direct is an eBusiness that has delivered over one million lunches nationwide to preschools.
We would like our new logo to be professional, clean, pleasing and fun with a look & feel that identifies Lunch Direct as nutritious & healthy; fast and convenient; fresh and affordable; flexible and individualized; local and chef inspired. Your objective is to capture and elevate our brand identity with a new logo/rebranding (see current logo) while considering the apple icon in conveying warmth in the brand essence. We are not averse to a logo with a modern tech-based naming identity that combines the text “Lunch Direct” into one word, “LunchDirect”.
Our solution provides schools with a simplified, automated lunch ordering system adding a valuable, competitive, exclusive amenity at no cost to the schools. Lunch Direct eliminates the schools’ need and cost of an on-site kitchen facility which allows school administrators to grow their school and focus on their core mission of early childhood development.
Parents benefit immensely by purchasing kid-favorite lunches with the ease of online ordering, prepared fresh and delivered each day. Meals are delicious, nourishing, affordable, and are specifically designed for children.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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Lunch Direct is looking for a fresh new look. This is our existing logo/appearance on our site: https://lunchdirect.com/
Lunch Direct serves many of the Goddard Schools nationwide. We like the idea of complementing (not copying) their logo as seen here: https://www.goddardschool.com/