This was a great experience. I appreciate that he offered a variety of options, and once we began to narrow down on a concept he was very willing to experiment with small adjustments until I was completely happy. He was also extremely responsive - I never had to wait long for a reply or update.
very creative. was extremely responsive and easy to work with. highly commandeered.
Excellent to work with, and undeniably talented. I look forward to working again with Enola!
Great, flexible on revisions.
Brandonya was fantastic!
How spencer.almy started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Bridge City Kitchenware
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We need a logo for our company, Bridge City LLC, which sells kitchenware essentials. We are targeting 25-50 year old consumers who cook and do meal preparation at home. Our customer likely skews slightly female, but the product line we are launching is a neutral tupperware product.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
I am originally from Portland, OR (hence "Bridge City" as the name of the Company). We would like to have "Bridge City" as text in the logo, with a creatively rendered version of one of Portland's many bridges in the background - feel free to use artistic license on the rendering of any bridges, or even generic bridges if it works better from a design perspective. Simpler / minimalistic is likely better than highly detailed, and feminine is likely better than masculine for the logo design. We would like to have the ability to add the word "Kitchenware" under the design such that it does not interfere with the logo, and that way we can have a "Bridge City" logo as well as a simple addition for our kitchenware line. Please reach out with any questions. Here is a link to a google image search for "Bridges of Portland Oregon" for inspiration