Very professional designs, good communicator, easy to work with, fast turnaround! Would definitely use him again.
Awesome work. Super talented!
Thank you again for your beautiful work and numerous revisions. Out of all of the designs/designers that participated, I knew that this one was the one the minute we saw it. Thank you for refining it into the perfect icon for our business, I am beyond happy with the result and can now confidently rebrand the firm with this sharp new logo.
- Bruno Vasconcelos
Bruno was a stellar communicator and designer. He was a pleasure to work with throughout the entire process. We look forward to working with him on future projects.
I am thrilled with the work performed! Artifictial is extremely talented and has a beautiful eye for detail. I could not have asked for a better PowerPoint presentation - thank you!
How Zuggand started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Si Sisig is a Canadian (Calgary) company and is what is called a “ghost restaurant", which means you can only order food online and have it delivered to you. You cannot physically go to the restaurant.
In the name Si Sisig, the word “Si” means “yes” in Mexican. The word “Sisig” is a traditional Filipino pork.
Si Sisig is selling food that is a fusion of Filipino and Mexican flavors. The menu consists of tacos, burritos, salads, bowls and nachos. Ingredients include pork, chicken, and jackfruit.
The target audience is people that like ethnic cuisine.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
The red, white, green and blue colors come from the Filipino and Mexican flags. The purple was inspired by a Filipino food called Ube, which is a purple yam. We are starting with these colors, but are totally open to other color palettes.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Although this company is a food truck and not a "ghost restaurant", it is similar in the food concept. This was an inspiration for Si Sisig. http://www.senorsisig.com/