Excellent concept!! I feel that Lemoor understood our design brief well and created something that was unique and fresh. He was able to piece together the overall feeling and ambiance of what we wanted without us having to give too much detail that would have overly constrained his design. Very talented designer! And very quick and responsive with requests for changes and different versions!
- by Laura
Laura was exceptionally patient and diligent during our process of designing a logo. She does not rush clients to complete projects and instead devotes her energy toward innovating the most personalized solution possible. Strongly recommended.
- Kedai Creative
Great work. Very responsive and professional.
- gaga vastard
Thanks for your hard work, super pleased with the final logo! :)
- Beefy Marketing
The designer is top notch. Love the logo design. Communication was great.
Great concept and execution!
How randall6b started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
"GardenByte" or "GARDENBYTE"
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are making stylish, smart gardens for use in urban apartments to help people grow fresh herbs and vegetables indoors and year-round. Our first product is a sleek, modern, rectangular, bamboo planter that looks organic on the outside but packs a lot of technology hidden inside. We want our smart garden planters to look great in any modern home, whether boho style or Scandinavian style or anything in between. Our target audience is young men and women between 25 to 35 years old who live in urban environments and care a lot about style but also like technology and healthy eating. We are really a mix of the power of technology and the natural world since we are focused on plants. Our product would fit well in a home designed by West Elm or Crate and Barrel.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
I am looking for something that evokes the feeling of a stylish, comfortable home, but with a touch of modernism and technology. I also like the artwork of Mary Lacy. Check out her website here: http://www.marylacyart.com/
She uses geometric designs to render natural beauty such as animals.
I have attached a computer rendering of what our first product might look like. Probably it would be good for the logo to include a leaf or plant, but I'm open. We are focused on growing leafy greens like arugula, sage, or cilantro. I love the picture below of a bright, inviting kitchen. Our product should make your plants become a beautiful part of your decor and also make you want to cook and eat wholesome food. Just like our name, we are a combo of organic and digital. Feel free to reach out to me with questions about the style.