Heri did a great job creating a unique logo for SuperMax Tools. He was very receptive to feedback, and the result is a great logo that can be used in many applications.
- hannahs v
We are very pleased with artworkbean's design ability, responsiveness and ability to meet our variety of needs. Each time we asked for a revision artworkbean was responsive and gave us several options to choose from. Our final design ended up being something that he surprised us with in addition the logos that we were focusing on. We ended up heading in a slightly different direction based on his creativity. The process of working with him was really great.
Extremely professional and very high-quality work. Easy to work with! I can't say enough about the positive experience and flexibility of this designer. Highly highly recommend!!!
Great job! =)
Fast reliable and good quality
Pisca_b made my logo contest enjoyable. He/she provided a ton of options and was very easy to work with in creating the exact design I wanted. I will definitely invite Pisca_b to participate in my future design needs
How Graystrickland started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Constructive Resolutions (and constructiveresolutions.com) is a mediation service. Our primary market are attorneys and law firms (because the lawyers have nearly complete control over the decision of whether to mediate and which mediator to use), even though their clients (the litigants) ultimately pay for the service.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We are still trying to find the best slogan for the business. So far these are our favorites: "We build consensus out of conflict," "From conflict, we build consensus," "From conflict to consensus." and "From conflict, consensus." Our eventual website will sets of three images that appear in rotation. The first image will show two standing people in obvious conflict or argument; the second image will show them seated around a table with a mediator between them and the last will show the two parties standing and shaking hands or otherwise expressing contentment that their dispute has been resolved. It is this cycle of conflict - communication - resolution that I want to capture in the logo.
A few designs here that I admire (but not looking to duplicate) include: