Pays attention to detail. Listens to what we want. Great response time. Always did what we asked in a timely manner. He really made the fine tuning process easy and gave us a lot of options. We love our new logo.
- panta rei
Thanks for your help on this!
The design is both modern and simple. She was patient while we worked on finding the right color.
another great project with elisian! completed a good looking brandbook with options that will help us solidify our brand image.
- aaron farney
How karin_kleist started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"wortschmiederei" (engl. comparison: wordsmith) is an agency for public relations. Our target groups are: 1) small start ups that haven't got the resources nor the time for their own PR and 2) companies with a complex technology/product which is in need of clear, comprehensible communication. We create beautiful texts that help customers to be heard. Press releases, homepages, brochures, texts for apps, magazines or blogs....
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
light, warm colours preferred
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Like the retro look, could work for my logo as well. Something like a hammered plaque maybe.
Love the retro look! Could work for my logo as well. Maybe with blacksmith tools as images?
these kind of retro plaques, but in light colours and more feminine
realls like the style of logos no 3 and 4
like the plaque style
like the vintage character and the small tool icons in the top, also the 2 colours could be an option for my logo
like the combination of image and text
like the vintage look
The logo should contain light, warm colours, maybe 2 different ones for font and image (if there is one). I am thinking about some kind of retro plaque with nice clean fonts and maybe some blacksmith symbols to represent "word-"SMITH". Logo should have a start-up look and feel, but in a professional way.