NICKART came up with a very creative design from my somewhat scattered brief. After that he continued to work with me to refine it based on my requests. In the end I realized that his initial concept was really the best. He was very responsive and prompt with adjustments.
- t Irina
First time 99designs user and we're thrilled with the product. Irina considered our initial requests, but also wasn't afraid to push things slightly in a direction that we didn't imagine at first, but ultimately we ended up loving. Very responsive as well.
- panta rei
Awesome designer to work with. He was very patient with all the changes we asked for.
It was been a real pleasure to work with Daniel. Daniel is very dedicated, quick to turn things around and customer focused.
- Patrick Koller
How hboyd started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sea School Northwest OR SSNW
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a new sail training program that provides commercial maritime workforce training on a traditional sailing vessel to 18-35 year olds. Our home port is in the Pacific Northwest, and our ships operate across the entire US West Coast. Areas of interest are oceans, rivers, sailing industry, technology, and workforce development.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
My site is black, burnt gold, and an oxidized green.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like how clean it feels
I like the illustration element
I like the illustration
I like the distinction in size for the fonts
We want more of an emblem or badge feel. We don't want anything that feels too on the nose traditional maritime, but we like the suggestion of elements that will give the logo a nautical feel. We want this logo to feel fresh, new, hip, powerful and be a recognizable symbol that we could use as a badge for our cadets. One interesting element could be incorporating some version of plimsoll lines which are markings on deep draft boats that keep sailors safe from overladed vessels.