The designer was great! Brilliant work and excellent correspondence!
- Declan Ausher
- James U.
James has enormous talent and designed my cover with great imagination. He was easy to work with and I'll use him again.
Really great designer. awesome to work with.
- Yashar LynxDx
- Nick 2011
Nick 2011 did an excellent job! Thank you!
- Easy to work with
- Design followed my general suggestions
- knight brands™
Knight Brands created a stellar design and was always able to respond positively to any requests for changes we required. Would highly recommend!
How bholliday started their logo design journey
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We are looking for a design of a White Chair. Our firm has defined our Core Purpose as encourage all members to utilize the law firm as a means to achieving their highest professional and personal goals. That may be in terms of the money they make that allows them to experience these things. It could be the network of contacts that they can draw upon, or the opportunity to be involved in a certain type of work that propels them towards professional opportunities that they deem to be their 'dream job.' That is why we want people showing up to work each day and doing a great job; not b/c they are going to make money for money's sake or just to make the client happy.
Our target audience is 27 to 35 year old professionals, and we would like a fun logo of a white chair to put on shirts, hats, coffee mugs, etc. as a literal representation, but also a conversation piece for others to ask about.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
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UPDATE: Looking for an actual white chair in the logo, like the picture attached. ideally the chair would be 'cartoony' in the same style the Colonial logo. Thanks!
What I would like for the white chair logo is a broad stroke design (simple, not detailed), with a it casting a little shadow in the background. If you look at the attached Colonial logo, it almost has the appearance that you are looking at it to your slight right. I am thinking the same thing for our WC logo, looking at it to the slight right, with the shadow being cast to far back left.