Highly recommended, I had a very positive experience, a variety of logo ideas been presented and collaborative quick response to changes.
This design was for a vacation rental and future B&B that we are intending to use as a flagship brand logo for other possible ventures (including food products). The look needed to be both quaint but with touches of sophistication that would appeal to more urban, upscale audiences who we are trying to attract to this space. It needed to thread the needle between various moods. GiaKenza did a wonderful job, creating different 'looks' for our logo, including versions which featured our building, and text-only versions which did not. This helped us to come closer to finding what we needed to envision our own brand and its various uses, something which the other - very talented designers - did not do. It was this insight - that we didn't have ourselves - which set Gia apart from the others and helped us achieve the look we were striving for. Once he had won the commission, he was very responsive and helped us get the files we needed, and make small tweaks to the deliverables, as we worked with our printer. I'm so grateful - excellent work. I strongly recommend and endorse this designer. Many thanks! -chris bennem, proprietor Glen Hollow
- R!CH DESIGN
R!CH DESIGN came up with many great ideas - quick to reply, revise and easy to work with. We are very pleased with the experience and the work. Would recommend and work with again!
- s monica
Easy working with Monica. She is a truly creative professional.
How ronsr started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Het Raadsel van de Wadden
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Restaurant Lauwersmeer is a restaurant at the end of the world (or the beginning). Overlooking the lake, it is situated on a small, picturesque marina. It breaths an atmosphere of local foods and wines, where a friendly face and an open fireplace always welcome you. Always, since we are always open. The food and drinks in this cosy small restaurant are better than one would expect on first impression, but it is no haute cuisine. This is where you expect to meet the real Flying Dutchman playing his violin. It is a truly genuine, authentic place.
The name is translated from a book called "The Riddle of the Sands". This 1903 written novel is situated in exactly this area and tells about spies, sailboats and tricky navigation. It is the bible for some local sailors.
The clientele could be but is not necessarily a sailor. But both want that atmosphere. Mostly middle aged, no-nonsense types with a slightly higher than average income.
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