amazing will work with this designer for a long time to come :)
The designer offers great service, always willing to redesign concepts as requested. The finished logo was exactly what I need for my start-up business.
Andrada is great! She helped me to create my logo in the first place and then supported me when I decided to adapt it (change of name :-)). She paid great attention to my wishes and came up with own suggestions when I asked her to. I can definitely recommend her. I love my new logo and would always work with Andrada again. Thanks again!
How Jenks.christopher started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What's Your Lattitude?, but it does not need to be part of the logo itself. I would want to find a way to work it in to be part of the logo so people can start to link the logo to the name of the company. Eventually, the logo would stand on its own. And it would stand on its own in graphics because the name would be placed somewhere else on the graphic.
What’s your company slogan?
What's Your Lattitude?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We will sell graphically driven t-shirts and other apparel based on the following concept:
“What’s Your Lattitude?”
It is a question that needs to be answered by each person and it is unique to that person. Where do you really want to be and what do you want to be doing? Why do you want to be there? Work is fine, but you are really working so you can get away to some place that is special to you where you can do the things you love to do. When you get there, you have a whole new attitude on life. You are refreshed, reinvigorated, alive! You are living life. You just changed your “Lattitude” by going (or dreaming of going) some place other than where you are now. Is it Hawaii where you can surf, dive, or just lie on the beach? Is it Aspen to ski? Is it Mount Kilimanjaro to climb so you can check that off your list? Paris to shop? Australia? Brazil? Machu Picchu? Cancun? Antarctica? The Arctic? What do all of these have in common? Getting there requires a change in latitude as well as a change in attitude. So, what’s your lattitude today?
The concept is unique because it plays on the idea of getting away to someplace fun and exciting. Who does not want to do that? It also plays on the notion of how one’s attitude does change when one goes on vacation. It does not matter whether the vacation is packed with things to do or if it is simply sitting in a chair reading a book. It is all about what makes the individual happy.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Obvious ideas could include latitude and longitude lines, but do not need to. Abstract is great too. Must be immediately interesting and hopefully convey travel, excitement, exhilaration, changing LATTITUDE. Thank you in advance.
"What's Your Lattitude?" should not be part of the logo, but should be able to be added to it so both can be together. The logo and the words will need to coexist on print, ads, etc.