He did a fantastic job. He was very professional, thoughtful, creative and knowledgeable.
Thunderbird85 was responsive and accommodating from the start. She jumped right in with new ideas and easily changed direction as the process evolved. She had so many great ideas that I had a hard time deciding on only one. Thank you!
Bea is professional and great to work with. Highly recommend her!
How najdukphoto started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Najduk Photography is an independent photo business based in Michigan, USA. I am a portrait photographer with my main focus on weddings/engagements although I take many types of portraits. Target audience is younger couples (ages 20-30), high school seniors, & younger families.
My website is najdukphoto.com. Check it out to see my style if it helps, as well as my old logo.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Light or dark neutral colors is ideal, but if you think some extra color would look nice then go for it.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like how the text is half bold/half thin. I also like how the bird is the main focus.
Simple and effective.
Sharp font with unique letter designs. Graphic is nice as well.
Simplistic, but I like the grittiness most.
Not a fan of the font. But I like how it's symmetrical and the graphic is super cool.
Awesome detail. However, not a fan of everything being contained.
As simple as it gets. But very hipster-ish and neat.
I like the thicker (but still kinda thin) text on top with the thinner & smaller "photography" underneath.
Gritty. Very cool.
I love simplistic designs. The more gritty, the better. I have a serious love for nature so I really enjoy logos with pine trees, animals, etc. My current logo is a mountain so I'd like to stay away from that although I'm not totally against the use of it.
This logo/graphic doesn't necessarily need to relate to nature, it's just something that I enjoy if you are unsure of something to use.
Absolutely NO cursive letters, any photography related graphic (camera, shutter, etc), or anything too girly looking. If you can avoid containing everything in a circle that would be ideal.
I very much like the hipster look of a logo as well.