As a part of our process in developing a new logo for our organization, I decided to engage 99desins and their ability to bring to the table multiple designers with varying concepts and talents. After starting the design contest for the logo, Snow Owl submitted a design that was unique and what I considered original with foresight and thought of how it related to our industry. Snow Owl paid attention the my original design brief and most importantly he paid attention to the direction I gave him as the design process went on. His desire and ability to please me as the customer is unparallel as I have work with other designers before. He put my preferences over his own ideas and I could tell he adjusted his own design concept to fit mine, I can tell he believes that the customer comes first.
I can recommend Snow Owl to anyone seeking design services without reservation, and indeed I plan on a continued professional relationship with him due to his willingness to provide the best possible product he could that fit our criteria.
Thank you Snow Owl for a fantastic job.
Pretty much a perfect job first time, made the whole process very easy. :)
Gave us several versions of artwork to choose from. Made changes quickly. The design really represented the theme for our event.
How Brent71582 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
UCHA (Utah Cutting Horse Association)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a state wide association affiliated with the NCHA members compete in cow cutting. Cutting horses are considered by many as the premier athlete of the Equine World. The logo needs to convey in a picture what cow cutting is all about since a lot of people don't know about the sport.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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The logo attached is an Example of Idaho, We are of course Utah, one thought is perhaps the sate of utah could lay down in 3D fashion and be the sand or the pen in which the horse would be cutting in. Must have a cow in front of the horse.