It was an absolute pleasure working with Aida! She submitted very unique designs in response to my brief and made every change I asked for until I got exactly what I was looking for. She is very thorough, patient, talented and hard working. Once I picked my final design, she gave me everything I requested: colors, formats, variants. I am so pleased with my final design and definitely plan on using Aida and 99 designs for future projects!
hkartist did a great job for us. Easy to communicate with and willing to make any modifications needed to get the exact design we were looking for our practice.
- Cape Fear DDS
Trustworthy, honest, reliable and attentive to details!
Sapto is insightful and has strong listening skills.
He is able to elaborate complex and innovative designs in record time.
- Karla Michelle
Karla put in a great deal of effort to design our logo. We greatly appreciated her time and dedication adjusting the logo until we found the perfect vision of our soon to be store. Thank you Karla.
How Molly234001 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Dog Training Unlimited
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We train family dogs for behavior (resolving unwanted behaviors) and obedience. We are very serious about what we do - and so are our clients. Our ideal clients have a major problem on their hands and a lot of stress. They don't want a fun, feel good dog training program - they want help. Their dog is causing the family a lot of discomfort and irritation. They need someone they trust to take care of it, and they're willing to pay a lot when they know it will work.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
My website is dogtrainingunlimited.com. You can see the style I have currently. I want something that will help brand the business more - particularly an element or icon that can be used on all marketing materials. I do not want things that are 'cute' or puppyish. Our clients need serious help, not a fun dog training class. But I also don't want something overly serious - we work with regular families. Not training police dogs or attack dogs.