We were very happy with Debbie's work. She was very helpful; always quick to make changes when we asked and to come up with ideas when we needed them.
very good and fast designer
- pinac dizajn
Our designer Pinac did everything and that we asked of him and more. His response was quick. Loved working with him.
Outstanding work, creative ideas and really understood the brief, followed by a quick response to any questions
How weissenborn.carol2 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Plain Black Dog
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Site will be written in the voice of a wry, somewhat self-effacing dog (thus the "plain" in the title). The site will do two things: first, capture the dog narrator's musings, including whimsical verse in the manner of Ogden Nash. Secondly, I will be partnering with dog rescue organizations to promote and help find homes for actual black dogs (which tend to be passed over in shelters)--my dog narrator will craft "good home wanted" personals for these actual dogs. Intended to appeal both to dog/animal lovers and those with a sense of humor.
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
Since the site is written by and on behalf of black dogs, my illustration will have to feature a black dog. I appreciate that this will limit design possibilities, but I'm hoping it will be possible to come up with more than just a black dog silhouette. I'm also open to creative uses of colors.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Whimsy (but not a cartoon). Use of both circles and geometric lines is striking.
This is both literal and a silhouette--things I'm not sure I want-- but the tilted head, raised ear and colored collar convey a sense of joy.
Love the cape.
Since the site will be narrated by the dog, the illustration should convey a sense of personality. Drawing doesn't have to be literal--I love the purple cow logo. It is whimsical without being slapstick-y or cartoonish. I don't want a child's cartoon dog. Of the images attached, I love the soulful eyes of the dog in the photo. Not sure however that this could translate to a logo. I though of pairing a plaintive face with a crown or tiara, as in the Notorious RBG photo--playing up the "plain" black dog, a bedraggled princess. I was struck by the textures in the deer drawing, though that illustration lacks the sense of whimsy I'm hoping for. I also liked the mischievous minimalism in the one-line drawing--also the animal in a funny, unexpected posture. Tiaras, capes, necklaces, etc. all possibilities.