Gila always exceeds my expectations! I can't wait to work with her again.
- 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.
Great work, I'll be back!
- Thimothy Design
Amazing to work with, listen to every suggestion we had and we constantly get compliments on our logo! Thank you!
How james.haworth started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We take dogs out for bike rides in Washington DC. (We bike, the dogs run alongside, on leash.) Most of these are big dogs, living in small apartment buildings, and have little chance to really run hard. Target audience is working singles and couples, making good money, who feel bad that their dogs aren't getting the exercise they should.
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
Simple, minimalist. Maybe just a wheel and a dog. Maybe just a part of the dog? Could imagine some "Washington DC" element -- Washington Monument or US Capitol building dome, for example. Want the dog to be running full speed -- her body should be stretched out, horizontal to the ground. I'd love the see her front legs extended fully out front -- a hard gallop. I'm imagining a silhouette -- one color, no gradients, nothing fancy. Not particularly drawn to playful -- this is an expensive service, $30 versus $20 for typical dog walking. It's for folks who are serious about their dog's fitness. While I want to convey the dog's running hard, I need to be careful about suggesting we're going high speed on DC's busy streets and sidewalks. We bike up to three dogs at a time. Would consider a logo with two dogs, although I've imagined a single dog in my head.