His design matched what I was looking for but elevated it so much. It’s a simple name but adding the connection between the R and the heart makes such an impact for a yoga logo. He was very responsive and provided me a lot of versions to compare.
- Allison Cote
We loved working with Lazigner! It was impressing how quick he got the spirit of our brand. What we also liked, that he could easily implement all our further suggestions, ideas with regard to design. And, not only he could perfectly implement our feedback, but he came himself with very nice fine new ideas and improvements. The whole process was great fun! Overall communication was easy and very efficient. He really gave his best and you could feel it. We are looking forward to work together on further projects! Thank you!!!
How webwhat started their logo design journey
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Toy shopping recommendation blog.
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This contest will to be create "Award Medals" for various categories of toys. Attached are some great examples of what type of medals I want.
What I want, is a mainly dark grey/black award, with the colors of the "Toys" text on my logo mixed into the design. It should be playful, but serious enough. The brand should be clearly identified in the medals.
I will need a couple of variations. They should have a common theme, but look slightly different.
The main medal I will need, is the "Best Toys 2011" award. I will also need the "Toy of the Year" award, and the "Best Board Games 2011" award.
The logo's should, again, clearly identify the brand. And should have the URL BestToysGuide.com somewhere in the design.