This designer was fantastic to work with - great original design that reflected the design brief, very responsive to questions and comments, and collaborated and refined until the design was just right for the business. The designer also was very helpful and timely in delivering all of the various components at the end of the project. Incredibly professional. Thank you.
Great design work, she was able to read my logo intentions and needs from the start with ease.
- Razer Design
Razer was FANTASTIC. He came up with a brilliant concept, his design was easily the best, and he was so quick and willing to tweak a few things for me to make it perfect. Everyone I have shown my logo to has been so impressed.
Razer was very easy to deal with, extremely helpful and is already doing other design work for me. I look forward to working with Razer a lot more in the future.
Razer is absolutely amazing!!!! You wont' be disappointed and I would highly recommend inviting him to any of your contests.
Ana was great to work with. She was immensely patient & was able to figure out what we were looking for in a design even when we didn’t always know how to explain what we were looking for in design terms. Highly recommend!
How lindsey M started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Lindsey Runyon Design
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Eco- and urban-friendly interior design for residential and boutique commercial spaces. We target clients with incomes of 5mil/year, and who own several homes, properties, yachts, and businesses throughout the world. Specifically targeting Seattle and Manhattan NYC markets. People who are fun, cool, love style, and are interested in being eco-friendly. Who love living in urban environments, and love to travel. Generally age early 40s.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I do not like the acronym LRD, so the logo needs to make sure it doesn't emphasize that.
When the survey asked questions about the style of the logo (simple/complex, young/mature, etc, etc) it could all go either way depending on the logo. I could see something super elegant and minimalist being awesome, or something crazy and complex like a fancy shmancy abstract mark that works too. The most important thing is it needs to seem very stylish as I need to communicate that our firm has good aesthetic taste, and also needs to appeal to the luxury market. A lot of those descriptions could be interpreted many different ways without seeing a physical example so that's why I didn't answer them.
You can look at my website (http://www.lindseyrunyondesign.com) if you want to see the logo COLORS ONLY but please keep in mind that the site is getting 100% redone, and I do not like my current logo anymore because it seems to have no meaning with the L being inside a clock-looking shape.
I don't like anything Asian-looking.
I have been inspired lately by the patterns of Morocco, but this doesn't necessarily have to translate literally into the logo.