Wonderful to work with from start to finish. Absolutely love our new design. She listened to all of our feedback and was prompt with changes. We will be using her services again for sure!
OXA99 was super easy to work with! super fast responses, and completely understood my requested changes! Highly recommend!!
Great Designer, Great Communication. We got all Versions and Varients we need in the Formats we require. The first time, that I did not have to create Variants by myself. In addition a professional Style Guide, that makes it easy to use the Logo as a base for all other Developments.
Great working with diLLA_16 on our logo!
- Inspired Equestrian
Great stylistic fit for our requirements. Expert in the topic (equestrian) so could relate that into the design. Really receptive to all our feedback. Great to work with.
Very fast and friendly.
How alex.kammerhuber started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Ambulatory veterinary practice for horses.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Medical & Pharmaceutical
Other color requirements
My preferred colours are dark blue, navy, sky blue, black and white.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Hey there! I am a young equine veterinarian opening my own equine ambulatory practice. Please draw the logo yourself- I would like a silhouette of a fast, dynamic, ambitious and fighting racehorse (find photos and designs I like attached for inspiration). I want to get a very simple, dynamic and clear logo with sharp lines. I would like my logo to look luxurious yet simple and suitable for the upper class equine industry. Can't wait to see what you guys create, good luck and thanks to everyone for the effort!
Edit: Please use the two brilliant designs attached and turn them into a racehorse- NO rider please. Regarding the font- since this already happened in some of the designs posted- make sure the word "Kills" in "Equiskills" is not prominent by itself- this would be less than ideal for a vet's practice. :)
PLEASE USE FONT AS SHOWN IN NO. 33.
FOR IDEAL PROPORTIONS SEE ATTACHED PHOTO PLEASE.