This is my first time using 99designs and would I use it again? ABSOLUTELY!! I had 34 x designs from about maybe 15 different designers. It was incredible to see the different designs put forward from designers all over the globe. My only criticism is the designers need to also understand that they maybe on the other side of the world and as such there is always going to be a time delay in getting answers to their questions due to the different time zones we all work in. Some of them are very eager to win the job, so they get a bit demanding with their repeated emails and contact requests. Paul.Phoenix who won this project delivered almost everything i wanted to see in his first concept. Great job and congratulations Paul.
How kymearra started their logo design journey
Pearl Fire is a new company that has been developed to fill the gap of fire equipment companies that currently do not supply large delivery equipment to the current Asia Pacific customer base. Pearl Fire will be dealing with the big end users of fire equipment that require high volume water and foam delivery ( 6000 - 16,000 GPM ) for typically oil companies that maintain large tank farms that require large delivery trailer monitors, pumps, delivery hose, foam and support services for major incidents.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Pearl Fire is a company that will be providing equipment, products and services to the Oil, Gas, Petrochemical, mining, marine, Fire & Emergency Services companies throughout Australia and the Pacific region. Think of all the refineries, fuel terminals, petrochemical companies, fire departments etc and all the equipment and fire fighting foam they would use. This is the target audience and Pearl Fire will be providing a range of equipment to suit there needs
Well as the name says Pearl Fire. Any concept with a peal whether it be black, red, yellow or pearl in colour, just use your imagination and try to incorporate a flame or fire logo, emblem, in, on, or around the pearl.
Maybe even incorporate the name in, on or around the pearl. Think outside the square. Good luck