Very polite and very good understanding of my briefing. The sloth is iconic enough to work in small size – yet cute enough to be emotional. I'm happy with this.
Absolutely THE BEST. We are thrilled with our new logo and expect it to be popular for years to come!
ONE WORD!! WOOOOOW!
A JOY TO WORK WITH
Perfect work, fast process, good communication!
Great work. Was one of the first designs entered in the 7 day contest. We exchanged several comments back and forth and this designer is fantastic to work with. Thank you!
How niclas.preisner started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
As a designer you might know the struggle to track your working hours on projects. Yeah, it sucks. We're an automatic time tracking tool for people who are too lazy for time tracking – so basically for everyone.
The tool is called "timeBro" because it's kind of a bro who captures your work time on projects and fills out a timesheet for you.
Just check our website and the explain video to get an impression: http://www.timebro.de
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
Dark Grey #5E5E5E
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Most important: The logo needs to involve a sloth. It can be the whole animal or just its face. It just needs to be cute/happy and clearly identifiable as a sloth. Have a look at our former logo. It was ok – but not simple/striking enough and you can barely identify the sloth when you don't zoom in on the logo.
When it comes to colors we would appreciate it if you work with the given ones (especially the bright green) – BUT: if you have a very good solution that just doesn't work out with the given colors, we can change them. Look at our tool & our website: they have a lot of clean white space, so a logo with just one color (+ white) or two colors (+ white) would probably look best.
What we don't want: any visual related to "time" like clocks or stopwatches. Our competitors do that. We want people to forget about time and time tracking in particular. And we love sloths. ;)