Worked with me on many revisions to get the design just how I wanted it!
Excellent, creative ideas and very responsive to suggestions and requests. Enjoyable partner in the creation process.
A Great Designer. The best
- Eva Cordoba
Eva has a very destinctive taste, a good look for detail and execution of design. Thank you!
- Lita Young
Lita was so easy to work with. Whatever I asked from her, she did happily and more importantly QUICKLY! Obviously, her work is top notch too. I wish everyone in this world had her work ethic!! Thanks again!!
Great design and always quick to respond
How WolfREGroup started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Wolf Real Estate & Loans
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Residential real estate sales and home loans. In a nutshell, we're realtors. So, we work with a lot of different people, at a lot of different income and socio-economic status levels. We need something that will appeal to old and young alike.
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
Nice use of negative space and how two distinct parts of the logo are joined into one over-arching design
I like the use of negative space to convey more information than would otherwise be given.
Outline art, simple, modern. Could play well with "wolf"
Easily recognizable and bold. Logo needs to work well on lawn signs and open house signs.
Love the idea of using negative space. The logo needs to feel solid and trustworthy, but friendly and inviting. Using something that plays off the name 'Wolf' would be good. Needs to be a logo that can be a seen on open house signs and hanging "for sale" signs. Also, while it should be a modern look, it still needs to be comfortable for old people -- yet still "hip" for the younger crowd who are looking to buy houses.
The logo should NOT have an actual house in it. Look at the big name real estate companies -- one's a word mark with a balloon, another is just an initialism, another uses the 'C' to encircle the numbers that follow. There's no houses -- just easily recognizable branding. It should look entirely unique.. Maybe try something that would feel at home in the museum of modern art.