Dezion really took the time to understand what we were looking for.
Tim responded to the brief, he researched our markets and the areas and created a simple professional and relevant brand that suits our purpose.
When asked to add a new design or upload a higher quality entry, these were supplied quickly without delay.
Great job Tim, good luck for the future.
- Denise Wright
Working with Denise was a pleasure. She provided high quality designs that were original, timely communication, and open to revisions. She really went above and beyond and that's why she was selected as the winner.
I would recommend Denise for anyone looking for quality design work and I look forward to working with her again. 5-Stars!
Paolojustin21 was a pleasure to work with. Thanks for the great logo and a positive experience with 99designs. Job well done!
- Kyle Cr8on
Kyle is talented and extremely patient. He's a complete pleasure to work with. Highly recommended!
- at mercarihealth.com
How Scott Wright started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Wright Retirement, LLC
What’s your company slogan?
We Put Your Money on the Green Line (I'd like to see a few design without it though)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell fixed index annuities that credits interest based on gains in the stock market but do not incur losses when the market goes down. Our target audience is the senior market from age 50 to 75.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
Other color requirements
The Green in this site: http://www.fmgsuite.com/websites/themes/ (it's the custom theme pallette on the second row in the middle, then click on the Solana template). The blue I want (I think) is close to a Tufts blue (but go with whatever blue works best with the green). Those two colors are for the lines or shaded-area graph described below.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I want variations on a very specific idea in the pictorial/abstract or emblem concept above. Please go to the file I'm attaching below. Look at the graph on page 2. I would like a logo that uses the green and blue lines only from Dec. 2007 to Dec. 2013. Please use the green color from the website I reference above as well as that Tufts or Smoky blue (I'm open to alterations in the blue color. Show me what might work better with the green.) in the line. I'd like to see how you might fill in the area between the lines with that color or simply use the colored lines, either in an emblem format or in an abstract/pictorial design. The concept illustrates what the annuity is: you'll do better by investing in the green line (which represents the fixed index annuity) than with the S&P 500 line which is representative of the overall stock market. It's of vital importance that the lines go exactly like what the graph on the pdf has between Dec. 2007 and Dec. 2013. Otherwise it misses the mark.