AndyS77 has been amazing to work with and put so much work into our design. This has been an amazing experience.
Well done design according to very specific and complex wishes and polite and uncomplicated messaging
Quarts was so easy to work with, he was talented in design, flexible in work and provided an abundance of ideas and help along with our Brief and ideas. This was a great experience and I will use him in the future for other design needs.
How cassiPM started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Paramount Property Management
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Commercial and residential property owners wanting a professional manager
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Real Estate & Mortgage
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Want a styled image of narwhal and home logo. Need to be clean with not too many details. Love negative space use. I am not tied down to colors, although I love purple teal blue and grey, my last logo was yellow. just need it to be visible from a distance for yard and building signage, which so much yellow didn't seem to work well.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The scroll and sophistication are great
Negative space and lines, love the modern font lettering too
Love the use of colors to create the animal identity
I find it inspiring and think it will grab attention
Use of color and details to create larger image is captivating, the font is not as clear as I would like
The logos space and wit in form I find really sleek
Love shape of narwhals and tusk length
Love image madd of other shapes.
Love color scheme
Like clear artistic details on narwhals
Like shape and details with light dark contrast
Love positioning of tusk
Like minimal lines
Like 3D effect
Like pastel colors implied motion off main image
I need this to incorporate a narwhal and a house. Love negative space too. Don't get too caught up on minimalism. While we appreciate it, we like the historical drawing type logos, as well. The main thing is that we don't want it to look cartoony. We love classic, historic style meets contemporary with scrolly lines or sleek sophistication without compromising whimsy.