Wasn't sure what to expect from doing my first logo. Well let me tell you I am 100% satisfied with how it turned out and how easy it was to work with various designers. I was given over 130 design ideas. One of my favorite things was the ability to create polls relating to my design options. After posting the polls to my facebook I was able to receive additional feed back which also helped in my overall decision. Very easy system to use. thanks again. Matt
Excellent work done by hattori. Very responsive and willing to hear feedback and incorporate.
How MeWriteGood started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Ideas and Words.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a copywriting (advertising) agency that caters to SMEs and potentially to larger corporations in the near future. We have done print, online and integrated campaigns and what all our clients have loved initially about our business is the quirkiness of the name. This is our current website that will undergo a complete makeover after we have a logo to inspire the full look. http://www.mewritegood.com.au
As you can see, it was a homemade job to simply kick start the business but we have grown and are working on an overhaul. The finished website will be clean, minimal and easy to navigate so it’s the logo that will really embody/show off the quirkiness factor.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I want something easy to replicate, easy to read, professional and clean but definitely quirky. As you can tell, the name of the company itself is cheeky and acts as a teaser to pull potential clients in – that’s what I’d like replicated in the design too. The name (MeWriteGood) should be the clear central attraction.
I like two very opposing looks (sorry!) – vintage and über modern as represented by the attached logos. I also like the hidden meaning in logos (attachment: push the bottle). I’ve worked with designers and I admit that as much as I love writing, I'm not a very visual person so I’m open to your expertise and guidance to see where we can take my baby.