Doris is great! Very responsive, especially doing the editing of our final logo.
- IT Rob
- Nurk Design
Good design quality from the start and very accommodating on requests.
I like the work and fast response
Upside_Down is very responsive and quick to make changes to designs. They provide excellent customer service and are very helpful throughout the design process. They listen to what we wanted and helped us design a brochure that was exactly what we wanted.
How lookmomnoleash started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Look Mom, No Leash! (it's OK if it can be optional too ie if the logo can stand alone without the name) And, if it's not already too busy, I might want to include "Dog Training" (in smaller print?)
What’s your company slogan?
Feel the freedom (Also optional)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I train dogs and their people. I am a serious, but fun, dog trainer in the game to get solid results not just business. My target audience is (affluent) intelligent dog owners.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Nice use of negative space
Clever use of the letters
intelligent reference with carrier pigeon
Clever dual use of razor image
Clever dual use of splash image/crown
BRILLIANT! Hidden images in negative space.
A lot with little
Great negative space use and double use of shapes
Like the play button for the eye markings
Great double use of the line art
Simple and clever
Hidden keyboard in the candles
Use of frying pan as ship
I've included a crude idea I had myself on using the company initials (LMNL) to form a dog but it's not at all a requirement. I like blue, black and white. I like the idea of using the tag line, or the company name, to encircle an image perhaps...but nothing is off the table at this point. Go nuts! I've included many logos I like in their simplicity and cleverness and I really like the Pittsburgh Zoo logo with the brilliant use of negative space to create the "hidden" gorilla and the lion profiles from the tree!!! I like simple, solid and bold logos that are identifiable at a distance and at a glance.