Very professional understands what the customer wants — fast reaction time. We will come back with other tasks!
- Debbie Gray
We were very happy with Debbie's work. She was very helpful; always quick to make changes when we asked and to come up with ideas when we needed them.
Perfect!. Thank you!
- joe 8tL
very pleased with itomito and the willingness to incorporate our feedback. thank you
Betty has a knack for dog designs. Another job well done!
How youhadmeatbark started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Triangle Beagle Rescue of NC
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
ABOUT TRIANGLE BEAGLE RESCUE
Triangle Beagle Rescue (aka TriBeagles or TBR) is a breed-specific beagle rescue in the Triangle (Raleigh-Chapel Hill) area of North Carolina. We are a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and are an all volunteer organization run by a Board of Directors.
We do not have a shelter facility and operate solely out of foster homes.
This ensures that all of our beagles learn the skills that they need to be successful family members when they move to their forever homes. We have been rescuing beagles since 1999 and, to date, have rescued more than 3500 beagles in North Carolina. We are committed to bringing together humans and hounds for a lifetime of love and pleasure in each other’s company!
Our goal here at TBR is simple: to find great, lifelong, loving homes for as many beagles as possible!
Triangle Beagle Rescue of NC (“TriBeagles”) was started in the summer of 1999 by Susan Hogarth and a group of Raleigh-Chapel Hill area beagle enthusiasts who want to see all homeless beagles in the lifetime homes they deserve. In the summer of 2000, TriBeagles formed a Board of Directors and began the incorporation process. We became incorporated in the fall of 2000 as a Federal tax-exempt organization. We have been committed to bringing together humans and hounds for a lifetime of love and pleasure in each other’s company ever since!
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
Love the simplicity here
One of our volunteers sketched this. Simple, bold. Could be one solid color.
Ignore the details. The simple bold look is what we are looking for.
Not sure where this came from. Again, simple and get's the point across.
Another simple sketched idea.
This is the simple concept. Think Apple, Nike, Batman!
We are looking to rebrand our logo (we do not want a similar logo)-which you can see here: http://www.tribeagles.org. We would like something with a little color that can easily be changed to grey scale to print on tents and t shirts. Please make sure if you use a dog in the logo that it is a BEAGLE not any other type of dog. The logo can have a triangle incorporated in it (because our name references the Triangle area of North carolina) but it does not have to have a triangle.