Sukadarma did a great job taking our initial concept and eventually turning it into something the CIty Council approved and we're using the new logo on everything. Was a true pleasure.
- Painted Pony Studios
Sandra did an amazing job on our new hunter/jumper barn logo! She was super easy to work with and always responded very quickly to all of my questions. Highly recommend.
clever and unique designs that fit the brief perfectly
- Risa Kent
We love our logo from Risa! She was very helpful and happy to do any changes we asked her for. She perfectly understood what we wanted. The communication was very good - thank you Risa!
The design was perfect! Sleek and simple and matched our vision.
Very easy to work with. Made great modifications whenever asked. I’m very happy with our logo.
How alexis2h started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Stable Select is an online equine services business which helps to connect equestrian stables to horse owners. The goal of the site's aesthetic is to give owners the sense that they will be able to find ultimate happiness for their horse. The target audience is largely women, animal lovers, outdoor enthusiasts, late teens to early fifties, tech literate, has disposal income, and accustomed to making their lives more convenient by leveraging online platforms.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I would like the color scheme to be aligned with a horse farm scene, i.e. pasture green, white, golden, and/or slate gray. In addition, it might be interesting if one of the S's in "Stable Select" is the horse's head and the arch of his neck. It would also be great if somehow the logo could convey that the horse has chosen or embraced its new home, i.e. has a sense of belonging. Two horses could also be shown, preferably interactig in a friendly, kind way. Ideally, the logo would include a fairly abstract image of a stable.