I have worked with Ana twice now and she nails it every time! I'm so pleased with her work! She listens to my input while still injecting her own creativity. I would definitely work with her again!
Smooth and goal oriented conversation, really friendly.
Very happy with the job! *BaeArt was professional, got it done quickly, and the design is a hit with my team!
Jan.ethes was a wonderful designer to work with, was very responsive to suggestions, and very timely with communication. Jan.ethes provided me with multiple modifications to the logo design throughout the contest. I would welcome the opportunity to work with this designer again on my upcoming future projects!
How dbeckG started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a wealth management team of several advisors and assistants that run our business through a dealer (Mandeville Private Client Inc.) but operate independently out of an old historic home we just purchased locally. We service all of the investment and financial planning needs of our retail clients including portfolio construction and ongoing management, tax and estate issues. We deal with clients both locally and across Canada. Our primary target audience is families and businesses with minimum investible assets of $1M.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Looking for pretty basic colours and had thought really just black outline and writing, but wouldn't limit it to that only.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The building we just purchased for our new office is called the Shaver House and was built in 1835 by Philip Shaver of Ancaster. It operated for many years in the 80's and 90's as a local upscale restaurant. As mentioned we run our business through our dealer which is Mandeville Private Client Inc. They have an established brand and logo already (http://www.mandevilleinc.com). We are trying to co-brand our team in Ancaster by incorporating the house we now occupy. We are trying to give our overall process an identity that symbolizes how we navigate clients through their journey addressing their many critical life events so that they can look to the future with anticipation rather than apprehension. Our process isn't promissory around short-term performance, it's a promise of a client experience - in other words - what it means to be our client for a lifetime and then into multi-generations. We call that 'The Heritage Formula' and we thought using an image of the house as the focal point would imply elements of that and invoke the sense that our methods have stood the test of time, we're well established and will be around for generations to come etc. etc. To see a few different shots of the building itself Google 'Bella of Ancaster' or go to https://www.google.ca/maps/uv?hl=en&pb=