Very creative whilst keeping the logo simple and strong
The design came out better than we had hoped. Jannik clearly paid very close attention to our project description and subsequent direction, delivering a product most in line with our vision. Furthermore, he was very patient as we implemented change after change. We really appreciated his patience throughout this process. Couldn't be happier with the end result!
- Ognjen M
Ognjen M integrated our comments extremely well, was very responsive and delivered a high-quality design in multiple formats
Working with "Heymiam" was a great experience from the very beginning. They were very quick to respond and complete various revisions throughout the contest. I am happy with the design, and will be pleased to work with them again.
Great as ever! Super fast delivery too.
How Jacques A started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We run image processing algorithms to transform our customers images into "paint-by-numbers" sketches that we print on canvases, stretch and deliver. You can visit the website under construction and test the functionality at crocart.com today.
Our customers are between 18 and 40, more than half are women, with some college education, mostly amateur painters, often photographers, who want to speed-up the sketching process yet paint an original and professional-looking piece. They use painting as a mean to express themselves more than as a solitary hobby.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Let designers make suggestions:
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
"Crocart" was initially an attempt at making a portmanteau between "croquis" and "art". Now "crocodile" and "art" could also work.
The crocodile could be an interesting lead, whether as a slick symbol/shape or using its scaly skin as a recall to the numbered tiles we print in our sketches.
We're not dead set on the crocodile and all good ideas are welcome.
Art is a pretty classic and mature/ancient occupation, but our take on it adds a technological and even millennial twist to it with image processing. A challenge could be that it seemingly puts you at odds across many characteristics: classic/modern, mature/youthful, feminine/masculine, geometric/organic, abstract/literal, etc.
We want our website to offer a clean, maybe artistic and refined (but not luxurious or exclusive) experience, and the logo should fit in. You can visit the website under construction and test the functionality at crocart.com today.