Second project with Bossall691 - simple and easy. Thanks again!
First time using the 1-on-1 and it went well. Designer was very responsive in both modifications and in timely responses. I would work with them on future projects.
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Very fast revisions every time! Looking forward to working with them again!
Patty was incredible to work with. She created a beautiful and very unique logo for us that was exactly what we were looking for. She was always readily available to make any changes or adjustments that we requested. We would definitely use her again for future projects and we highly recommend her!
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I will design a line of cool clothes for dogs - something that both women and men owners will not be embarrassed for their dogs to wear. The clothes will include items like hoodies and shirts/T-shirts for dogs. Later I am also hoping to add a line of accessories to the brand (leads, tags, toys, etc). The colours for clothes I imagine are black, gray, red, blue, green, orange; nothing too bright, pink and princess-like. The target audience will be younger and middle-aged dog owners (25-50) who would like their dogs to match their urban dress style.
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Animal & Pet
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I want the logo to look 'cool', something like the iconic Converse, Etnies, Puma logos - nothing too frilly and childish. Having a picture (outline) of a dog (preferably full body rather than face) would be beneficial because I won't have a strap line and I want to be clear what the company will sell. Seeing as logo will be printed on clothing, it shouldn't have too many small details that will disappear when embossing. I quite like logos utilising negative space. Attached is a logo I found today that I quite like, however please feel free to inject a little more colour into it, etc.