I think right from the concept, to iterations to final handover. DimzArt was very professional and creative. Would definitely work with DimzArt if I got the chance again.
Thank you very much for this professional job from the beginning! We will not hesitate to come back to you if we need something else.
- t y z n a
Redesigning our logo and the appearance of our name after 30 years. We provided samples of designs we like and she got it from the moment we started. Her design was simple and straightforward yet very modern. Kana was easy to work with, responded to changes quickly and followed direction very well.
Needed a logo for a new business startup that communicated the nature of the business in a fun yet professional manner. Budi's work did just that for us. He was responsive to all our questions and comments. He did the work quickly, efficiently and professionally. We are very pleased!!
- Dea Mas™
Très bon travail et une bonne réactivité du designer, qui permet de collaborer facilement.
How DeanMTB started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell custom built, high quality bicycles and bicycle accessories along with offering bicycle servicing and maintenance.
We also conduct bicycle tours and specialise in bicycle riding education and bicycle fitness training programs.
Target audience is bicycle enthusiasts that are looking for high end products, service and training.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
Oranges: Creativity, adventure and happiness.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Brand should reflect a professional, high end, expensive, luxury and custom built service and feel.
Would like something simple but still bold enough to grab attention (mainly through the font and lettering design and layout) with an image that is not directly part of the lettering, so it could be used on its own to reference the brand.
I don't like images that are specifically 'bicycle based' such as images or designs with wheels, cassettes, chain rings, bikes etc as a focal point. But if they are integrated with creativity and not too overpowering then that's ok.
Including an image of a target (dartboard, archery or other) may be an interesting way to reference "Hit"
I have provided some images of logos I quite like