I love how simple yet unique my logo is. It reflects my brand well without too many distracting details. I can also use it in many different formats and layout. She made the changes I asked for quickly and gave me a bunch of different options of fonts and colors to choose from. I really liked how she showed the design on my products so I could get an idea of what it would look like in real life.
I loved it, it's cute and straight to the point
Edwin is fantastic! We use him regularly.
- Paul Mercer
I've worked with Creta on multiple projects and have always had a wonderful experience!
Great as always, will be back!
Perfectly done like always! Keen to continue working with Tee!
How wanderdogdesigns started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I hand make dog leashes and collars from rope and leather and sell them online and at local craft fairs. My products look sophisticated and classy with a dark and natural color palette. My target audience is older millennials male and female, with dogs that are loved like children. They are active and like to spend time in the outdoors. They generally live in cities such as NY, San Fran and LA.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I do not currently have specific colors in mind though I lean towards blues, greens, and dark, rich colors. I would like to use my logo as a stamp so it does not need tons of color.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I love the timeless feel
I like the modern graphic and text.
I like the black and white graphic
I love the vintage feel of this design
I love the hand drawn look.
Simple graphic that would be easy to print on leather or cloth
I love the vintage feel and hand drawn look
Slightly abstract and clean graphic but still has a natural look rather than being too geometric.
In terms of look and feel I am very torn between detailed hand drawings and simple, yet organic looking abstract graphics. I really like the natural feel that comes with a graphic that looks hand drawn. For abstract logos I prefer a more natural, curved look rather than geometric and angular look.
You can find my products on Etsy at wanderdogdesigns.etsy.com. I am going for a classic style with a modern edge in my products. So far my logo is just a vector profile of my dog. I also live in Montana and am into the idea of mountains or forest being incorporated whether, literally, in color or just the feel of the logo. I do not want it to be very "western" or cowboy looking. I like the idea of using either or both of my dogs as models for a design concept. I would like to be able to turn the logo into a stamp that I can use on leather so it needs to be relatively simple. I have attached photos of my products and dogs along with my current logo. You can see more in my Etsy shop or Instagram @wanderdogdesigns.