She is very fast and very professional. I highly recommend!
- Joel Stockstill
Astun was wonderful. He created a design that was professional and also usable across various formats (website, business card, building sign, etc). He even did a mockup so I could picture the logo in various settings - that's really what sold me on the design. Astun responded to requests for design changes and he did a great job. I highly recommended him.
- Blue Mesa Minerals
Excellent work !!
Excellent communication, response time and work!
Marcin (Yo!Design) is a professional
with an incredible talent for creating truly unique and timeless design. He communicated effectively with the team and responded immediately with requested tweaks and refinements, iterating well over 20 times, while educating the team on the fundamentals of what constitutes a cheap/ineffective logo and what makes a powerful logo that has both a strong first impression and a timeless appeal.
I highly recommend Marcin for any design project.
How J Morton started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I think it's best to create the logo without a tagline, but the one we have right now is: "Creative solutions for IKEA's favorite frames" -- because we sell mats and prints that fit inside IKEA RIBBA frames. As a starter e-commerce project (for fun!) we decided to just offer pre-cut and pre-sized items for IKEA frames because the mats that come with the frames from the store fit European sizes, and in NA, our standard-sized photographs don't fit well. We charge a reduced price for a pre-cut mat and help eliminate the need for a person to get custom mats cut. We sell a lot of mats in bulk (10+ at a time) and we'll be moving the store to a new platform shortly. Time to take the basics and build it out to be more professional -- starting with a real logo!
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
My website is up at http://www.ribbabibba.com. I'm moving to a new store hosting platform, and I'm getting all the mats professionally photographed on a dark grey background. I tend to design more feminine, but I don't want to appeal to just women -- a lot of men buy my mats, too. Plus, I'd like to attract more artists with posters, etc. Something simple, but clever and bold would be welcome.