Very creative and original design and very patient and responsive to various wanted. Was awarded winner in our logo design contest. Look forward to working together in the future projects.
Amazing work, and very easy to work with. She took all our ideas and made them a reality.
Really good designer, took one revision to clarify my thoughts before the design was delivered spot on! Tried to tweak it a couple of times but still ended up with the one he proposed. Will definitely come back for future designs!
- White Lily
This is the second time I have used 99 designs to help develop a branded identity for a church - 7 years apart, and for churches in different states! I'm amazed at how each time the designers were able to find and develop on themes about our identity and mission, things for which we were clueless about until we saw their ideas, and everyone said, "Oh yeah, that is totally this place!" Really powerful service, a good logo provides a church confidence in who they are, especially long established churches who already have a well respected "brand" in their communities. No such thing as a church that is too small for this, by the way, especially for the cost. I can't recommend this enough for churches as we move beyond just putting a small listing in the newspaper and begin to share our story through new media channels.
- black charcoal
Very responsive and converged quickly on what I wanted!
How tony nhb started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are two companies actually. One company grows Florida native trees, grasses, and groundcovers (Sandhill Native Growers). The "para" company (Sandhill Environmental Services) performs ecological restoration services and planting of the species we grow in the nursery. Our target audience are Environmental Consultants, Governing Agencies, and Private Developers both home and commercial. We want to showcase both companies simply as "Sandhill"
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
Green, Blue, Gray,
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
For years we have had used a sandhill crane as our mascot/logo. We don't mind trying to keep the crane but want it to look simple subtle or a silhouette of some kind or not use the crane at all. Want to see what others come up with.