I held a contest for designers to create my logo, and out of 39 designers who submitted 146 designs, "MassFiro25" was the only one who followed the instruction laid out in my design brief. This designer listened to my revision requests, and made those revisions quickly. I was thrilled with this experience and will be very proud to share my new logo with others. Thank you MassFiro25 for you professionalism. I will be back for more of you design services soon!
How Patrick110441 started their logo design journey
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We create superior online presence for businesses and organizations who will be market leaders.
Our services include:
• Identity Design
• Web Design & Development
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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
Designers... I am NOT looking for a font that you can simply download and type the words "Web Shepherds". What I don't want is to see the "h" and "e" in the word "Shepherds" looking the same. The word should appear as though you wrote them with a thick pen, marker or brush... but I'm not a big fan of text that looks dry brushed.
I am looking for a logo that looks and feels much like the reference logos I have attached. I do not want to see commonly used script fonts as entries... this script or handwritten logo should look and feel unique. You will notice in most of the sample logos that certain letters in the words have been extended or customized to make the word look like it was hand drawn. Again, please review the reference logos... these are good representations of what I'm looking for. They "don't" look like they were just typed into the computer. And please pay particular attention the the line weights of the letters. I like that these appear strong vs. a light weight typeface.
Finally, please show all work "flat" white type on black background. I know all of the PSD mocks out there make the logo look cool... but I really want to see the script flat so as to appreciate the angles and curves of your lettering.