I liked the professional and friendly conversation a lot - and I love my new logo :) Thank you so much, Vicko!
Understood where we were trying to go with the logo and we love it. Super excited to be able to use it and promote our brand now.
Another thorough and quick design.
Always a great service from Desso
How Paige Farrell started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Endeavor Financial Planning (with the emphasis on Endeavor)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide financial planning & investment management to our clients in a warm and down-to-earth environment.
--We are honest, smart, and caring advisors
--We want to convey a welcome and inclusive vibe (without being overly feminine or flowery even though a large segment of our target audience is women).
-Current, professional (not traditional or uptight), friendly
-Designers: you are free to be creative (prefer logo to the left of the firm name) that you think visually communicates this feeling/concept.
(You can also see my longer attached business philosophy and what motivates me).
If you think best, feel free to use a sans serif font for "Endeavor" and a serif or cursive font below for the "Financial Planning". Please see my examples attached (but don't let them limit your creativity, I appreciate your design).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Black and white art/logo only please. We'll sort out the color concept after finalists are selected.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the combo font (bold with not bold). The bird is artistic but elegant.
I do like how architecture firms combine art and design. The Danish are amazing at being elegant and updated.
I think the shading on the font of "Rhino" is interesting. The artwork isn't appealing to me.
Love the font because it reminds me of Craftsman houses. Artistic without being too feminine.
Like the font of the title. Not sure about the art.
Please no generic or traditional images of buildings, bar graphs or "financial" wealth management types of visuals, or arrows. But it also can't be too cute or too flowery. Elegant and smart without being cold.