takes a lot of time until the final design. many thanks
Our Committee was very happy! As we all know, dealing with a committee and waiting for everyone to get together to make a decision can take some time and can also be frustrating. Wysek was very patient with us and worked with my Committee every time they suggested or wanted a change.
I personally look forward to working with this designer again in the future. Great job Wysek!!
Studio16a (Dale) had a task to supply our brief in the fact we had no idea what we really wanted, thats why we joined 99designs for inspiration. We were time poor and did not have lead in time to research options out there. I found other logo's of Dales and loved his unique and broad approach. Dale was patient and gave us options to consider with font, colour palets and icons that led us to our logo. We are very proud to sport our unique logo within the construction industry. A big token of thanks and appreciation to a talented designer.
How Rdustin started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Featherstone Farm Seed
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a family-owned and operated grower/conditioner of certified seed in central Virginia. Our most important crop is wheat, but we also grow a lot of barley and soybeans for seed. We clean, package, and sell what we grow to wholesale customers as well as individual farmers all over the Mid-Atlantic region.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We have a website, but it's pretty pitiful. I intend to work on that this year as well, but figure that the logo is a good place to start. You can check it out and read the history of our company at http://featherstoneseed.com/thefarm. The whole look of the webpage is a little too modern for me. You can also look us up on Facebook to see a picture of the iconic red barn on the property.