Excellent experience! The breadth of designs was amazing and the responsiveness of the designers was impressive. I would definitely use 99designs again and recommend it to colleagues and friends. As for Aliss_tz design, as I told her, she perfectly captured our mission and essence, we love her design!
- Jason Ansley Designs
We wanted a logo for a BJJ club and we got exactly this. Designer was really easy to deal with - we asked for a change and he came back in a timely fashion. Would definitely recommend.
Fantastic job! Made changes we asked with no hesitation. Pleasure to work with.
ALWAYS GREAT TO WORK WITH. ON TIME, HIGH QUALITY.
Amazing job! Rhiza provided us with several design solutions, all of which were very high quality. Messages were returned promptly, and revisions were delivered very quickly. We are very happy with the final result.
How frankjconrad started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Colorado Green Lab
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Services: Our lab assays marijuana flowers, concentrates, and edibles for cannabinoid content and potency, chemical residue, bioburden and microbial contamination.
Target Audience: Colorado Green Lab offers a comprehensive product testing service for licensed dispensaries and retail stores in the Colorado marijuana industry.
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
Examples are included in next section. Please contact for clarification on anything described below.
1. Professional, clean, scalable design that may be used in both web and print media.
2. Final product in vector file format
3. Logo with at least 2 colors, and no more than three, but interchangeable between color and black & white and grayscale.
4. Unique blend of desired components:
o Interplay of positive and negative space. Ex.
o Use recognizable chemistry iconography interwoven with elements of marijuana industry.
Ex. scientific glassware, chemical reactions or organic shapes. We were leaning toward a minimalist THC molecule incorporated with our name, “Colorado Green Labs”. We haven’t ruled out a pot leaf abstracted or worked into a logo, but would prefer something unique to distinguish ourselves from other companies in the market (the leaf is overplayed). We don’t want to absolutely say no because some abstraction or repetition of shapes could be brilliant, but…..
…..if you think the logo you designed could be enlarged and put on a t-shirt Jesse Pinkman would wear……go the other direction.
o Incorporate action elements that imply motion/reaction and blending of icon + typography.
o Balanced design = symmetry or balanced asymmetry.