Easy to work with. Had me a lot of help information.
- Sahid Art
Amazing! Super nice guy and eager to please by editing as requested. I am so happy - best bang for the buck!
How Jennie R started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Good Life Dog Daycare & Boarding, Inc.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a dog daycare and boarding facility in a urban and upcoming community. We are fun, safe, friendly, love dogs, environmentally friendly. Our target audience loves their dogs. These are people with families - young kids that play sports and travel for tournaments, younger people that travel for work a few days a week. Folks that travel to San Fran from the area to work M-F. Folks that go on vacations. People that don't want to leave their pups at home alone while at work/play. These individuals work for IT companies, are teachers, start-ups, finance. These people are generally high earners and we charge a premium for our services.
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
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Here is the link to our website. Our current logo is shown here: https://www.thegoodlifedogdaycare.com
The problem with this logo is that the dog is a stock image. We like the size of the dog, in terms of the space he takes up, and we like the strength he conveys, but we do not want a stock image (I'm seeing this image on other dog businesses flyers, etc.). We do like the font and layout of the logo on our website - "Blackout" is the name of the font. We feel the font and layout of letters is strong and reflects our urban/industrial brand and would like to keep that. Can you edit the current image: 1. The legs look like horse legs/hooves. It's very strange. 2. Can we add some dimension to the face. Some light shading or lines. The inspiration for this business comes from my Puggle Hurley. You'll see a picture of him on our Our Story page. He is the love of my life. What I love about Hurley is his head tilt, which seems to be hard for designers to capture in terms of putting that into a logo. We like the dog standing as well. Shows playfulness. I want to the dog to convey happiness, playfulness - he's living the "good life." I've also attached an image of the building/space signage to give you a feel of the building, our current logo, and some images of Hurley's that capture his features. No's: No cartoon images please. I'm looking for clean, modern, fun, happy, playful. A dog that is "living the good life." :)