Provided great design vision from the brief, and easy to work with.
- Rick @ CG
awesome, quick turn around, corrections made when asked! Awesome, awesome, awesome!
- A&R Creative Designs
Andry has done another remarkable job, both in design and accommodating my desires, and in working around my schedule. He was more than flexible in this regard. He's absolutely the best and I will definitely choose him again and again for our design needs. Can recommend Andry without hesitation, you will not be disappointed.
- BANSER X-25
very good job , fast implementation . always my pleasure.
- kontakt fQ
Good designer. Listened and took notice of requirements as well as suggesting alternatives. Prompt handover of files in all formats required. Would work with again and recommend.
- sean y6
How rizzovision2004 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Villas at Killearn Lakes
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Neighborhood of nine large homes which will house 12 assisted living and memory care need residents. Our model is a drastic departure from more commonly known ' large box" or dormitory style assisted living "facilities" . We are building literally a home designed to feel and function like a house. Our environment ( the look and feel of a home) , care model , and cost model will be a culture change to assisted living. Our target audience will be families seeking a loved ones care for assisted living and memory care.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The uploaded logo " Villas at Oak Grove" was our original logo based on an original location site in a Neighborhood called Oak Grove. We are looking to upgrade/ revise and have a new logo rendering of the above Villas at Oak Grove logo. The variance can be subtle or completely overhauled but we would like the new logo to have some resemblance - but open to an overhaul. We are changing our name to Villas at Killearn Lakes. We like but not love or current logo - It just feels flat. We originally chose three trees to represent our focus on changing the environment, care model, and cost model to assisted living. With that we are not committed to needing the logo represent 3 things but there is something neat about the meaning.
The two other sample logos are ones I was drawn to - both are different.
The original location Oak Grove had lots of Oak trees hence the tree logo design. I have also included a google map link to our actual site and a conceptual site layout. Our neighborhood will sit on the plot which has a very distinct retaining wall about 30 feet high in back of the water retention pond and visible curb side. This wall or suggestion of the wall may be incorporated into our new logo design since it is a very recognized by the community - but it is not a requirement to include a wall feature in the logo. We have plans to build several neighborhoods so emphasizing any site location specifics into a logo may not be the best idea but open to think outside the box with the Killearn Lakes logo having some location recognition trigger. Heres a link to our site location https://firstname.lastname@example.org…2.74t/data
There has been some interest to a spherical logo with the trees wrapping around the sphere but very open to think outside the box. Incorporating site recognition triggers in a logo like water or the retaining wall sits in has been discussed but feel it may risk not being consistent with a new neighborhood that does not have a water feature. Our goal is to finalize a logo that ends up our brand. Every neighborhood we develop will have the words " Villas at...."
The goal is to have a classy, simple, and recognizable logo.