DoubleGlasses was easy to work with. I’m very pleased with the final designs.
- Eustace W
Brilliant designer! Very pleasant and professional. Provided all the files needed for our logo and then some.. I will work with this designer again.
- Raya Rr
Beautiful design work! Very responsive.
How jessicaT5 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
[OPTIONAL: Cleveland / Cleveland, OH / Est. 1903]
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Finished in 1903, the Caxton Building was named after William Caxton, the first ever British printer. This tall steel-framed office building in Cleveland impressively supports 300 pounds per square foot, as it once housed printing presses. Declared a Cleveland historical landmark in 1976, it is now home to entrepreneurs - architects, photographers, digital marketers, and videographers.
The building logo (and new website) aims to attract local entrepreneurs — both established mis-sized businesses, and up-and-coming startups. Overall, the brand promise aims to honor the building’s historical significance to the Cleveland community—and also aim to attract a younger business demographic to the space.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Real Estate & Mortgage
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
* The client likes a font similar to the building’s historic signage (image attached).
* The triangles are meaningful to the building’s printing press origins; something to consider including in the final logo treatment as well.
* Other visual elements to consider, include (see attached images): the water tower on top of the building is recognizable and could be a symbol incorporated in the design; vine/floral design from the building’s entrance; view of Huron from the building; two triangles mentioned above.
* Black and white with a potential accent color may be all that’s needed. We're thinking about a website with large, mostly black and white imagery—so we'll want the logo to fit in.
* One of our interns mocked up a few sample logos ... also attached. Please do not let these limit your design!