Had great vision for what I wanted and gave me something that was perfect. Designer was very receptive to any requests and responded quickly.
The first rough draft that looked OK, but nothing special. Then Visunu started making revisions that blew away the competition. The work starting dialing in with the more details I gave until it was perfect! I never felt any pressure from the designer about making to many changes. This designer will bend over backwards to make you happy. The work looks very professional and I am happy to use this logo to brand my business. I have more work in the future with fliers and business cards that I plan to send to this designer first!
Great job! Trovic will not stop until you're satisfied with submissions. Thanks!
- LBGraphics / Graphic Solutions
very professional and collaborative.
Loshke, you nailed the design brief from the beginning. You understood the vision and created a logo that we are proud to display on all of our products and to promote our brand. Highly recommend!
- R V N A
Amazing job and listened to our directions
How jody.anne.kenney started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Adventure Books is an online store where you can borrow books, see where your books have travelled to and hear the impact they have made on other reader's lives. All books go on adventures. They travel to different places, are held by many different hands and make an impact on peoples lives. This is about knowing your books adventure.
The target audience is between 20-35. It is for people that really enjoy books and want to share this love with others. The reader is cool, hip and maybe a bit nerdy. I would like the logo to reflect this. It is for the girl/guy that carries their book everywhere with them (on the train, around the city, in the bath, on the toilet, with their cat on the couch). This is the books adventure - being a part of someones everyday life.
I really like simple caricatures and fun designs that aren't trying too hard but also make you smile. I tend to like animal logos but not sure how that could be incorporated into the concept. I don't want anything too corporate, anything too blocky or anything that highlights the print rather than the picture/logo. Happy for you to incorporate "know your book's adventure" into the logo if it fits well.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I prefer the greys, purples and blacks usually but really open to what you think will work. I like to see new colours from what I would usually use too.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards