Both the work and communication were incredible. We couldn't be happier to have a new design and to have worked with someone who listened to our requests, was excited to work with us, and delivered a product we feel good about.
How Dutch Boyd started their logo design journey
I previously ran a logo design contest for a domain name website called "Jacknames.com". I didn't know exactly what I was looking for until a very talented designer on here put together the logo that you can now see at jacknames.com.
Now I'd like to get it revised and cleaned up.
What inspires you and how do you envision the design for your business?
I just figured I'd run this again to see what the 99designs.com community could do to improve this logo. Most important is the jack-n-the-box. It's got to be VERY good. He's got to look likable and appeal to the kids in everyone. And he's got to look trustworthy and reliable.
I've been toying with the idea of having TWO jack-n-the-boxes... one named "Jack" and one named "Amelia", or "ames" for short. I could think of tons of cool marketing stuff I could with the concept of "Jack 'n Ames". So it would be cool to see a boy and a girl jack-n-the-box. My girlfriend had the idea of turning the "Ames" character into a puppy, which could also be really cool.
- I need something that I'll be proud to put at the bottom of all my websites with "Website Design by" above it.
- I need something that will look fun yet professional on a business card.
- I need something that will look good on a t-shirt, and more specifically, a logo patch that I intend to wear during the World Series of Poker. This means that the ".com" should be integrated into the logo.