Amazing work. Can't wait to do more with this designer.
He was reactive and did always get our comments with nice approach, always staying within the concept he created. Additionally, he came with a real interpretation of the brief with a personal direction. The design was matching perfectly our expectations and with creativity. I mean, he did a real work on our brief, with really good feeling on what the logo was designed for.
Yes! Great job!
Awesome design as always!
Needed a bit of direction, but very pleased with the results - excellent original illustrations and superb colour scheme.
Deslindado logo for our company was perfectly on brief, and the design better than i could have hoped. We are very Happy with his work, and will be in contact for future work. Dru Reschke - Koonara Wines Pty Ltd
Very responsive to every change I suggested. I would highly recommend working with this designer!
How Hansell started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Follow the crumb
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The concept is essentially a food / restaurant review app that recommends dishes for you to try based on your preferences and eating style, and then socializes your eating experiences with your friends. Think of it as cross between Yelp and Foursquare, but highly targeted towards restaurant use. The target audience is young professionals and middle-age adults (21-50 years old) who tend to eat out often and enjoy trying new things. They are sophisticated and adventurous, and prefer smart, witty and useful services.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
A key trademark of this service will be the "crumb" or the "yumcrumb". As such, we're looking for the most clever interpretation of what the "yumcrumb" is to serve as the notable element in the logo that everyone recognizes and associates with the Company.
IT SHOULD NOT BE LITERAL.
We do not want to see cookies with crumbs falling off of them, or letters broken up into what looks like a thousand glass fragments.
I want to see a clean, minimalist and witty rendition that hints to the "crumb" idea.
Please refer to the example logos uploaded to the brief for the kind of wit and and humor we're looking for.