I thought that the entire process was very seamless and the ability to provide each designer with thorough feedback helped everything operate smoothly.
Great, personalized work. Very happy with dinoDesigns.
I'm very pleased with the final design. The designer was quick to respond and made all the changes I wanted. Highly reccomended
The designer was great, once we got on the same page it went great. I would recommend al-alif to all my friends. Thank you.
How luke6r started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Luke Malpass Designs
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a small shop custom furniture maker based in Austin, Texas. I work with clients to design and build one-of-a-kind custom furniture pieces that can fit any space, are designed to look beautiful and have a level of quality that will last for years. My target clientele is higher income residential families/individuals and commercial businesses (i.e. restaurants, retail stores offices etc.). Every piece I make is custom built using high quality products and has a durability that is unmatched with commercially made furniture. I do not focus on a specific style of furniture, but I have a fondness for modern and mid century modern furniture. Some of my pieces can be seen on my Instagram @lukemalpassdesigns.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I tend to prefer earth tones in addition to darker navy/grey, but am open to all options so surprise me.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the image. The font is just ok.
Love this design.
I like this, but it might be a little too "boxy/geometric" for me.
I think this design works well. I don't love cursive font, but it works in this design.
Simple, but enough guidance that you have an idea of what their business does.
I prefer logo's that are "clean" looking, but that needs to be balanced with enough information/guidance that a person can gain insight into what my business actually does. That could mean using the word "furniture" or "fine furniture" or "custom furniture" within the logo or maybe not. Using my full business name of "Luke Malpass Designs" may be more wording than necessary so I am open to something that incorporates my initials "LM" and design. I do not want a logo shaped as a chair, table or saw blade as these are already heavily used and I don't want my logo to leave an impression that I only do that type of furniture.