This designer was great to work with and developed a great understanding for what I was looking for as we went through the feedback process during the course of my logo contest. The designer responded very promptly to requests and provided with multiple options for the different kinds of things I was considering for a logo design. It was a great process that resulted in a logo I'm pleased with. I'd be very interested in continuing to work with this designer on other projects.
Great design - exactly what I was looking for. When I need another logo, I know where to go.
Katul's work exceeded my expectations! My feedback was listened to and the final design incorporated all of my earlier suggestions. I am extremely happy with my logo and will work with this designer again.
How votrechien started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Komo is for our lineup of boat covers, RV covers, Car Covers, patio covers, etc. These are generally for outdoorsy people.
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Komo is a play on the word Komodo Dragon. Some aspect of a Komodo dragon should be incorporated into the logo, be it just the head, tongue, tail, etc. or the entire figure. However, with that being said, the dragon aspect of it should be subtle enough that if one really looks at the logo they notice the Komodo Dragon imagery but not so loud they they look at it immediately and notice the Komodo Dragon imagery.
Take a look at our Norestar logo and you'll see that it has both star and boat imagery but it is quite subtle. We want something similar for Komo although slightly more 'loud' than this.
The main part of the logo should consist of the word Komo. You may or may not put the word covers as much smaller sub-text within the logo. Ideally the logo can easily incorporate or not incorporate the word Covers