We loved the design and the designer was incredibly professional and responsive throughout the whole process.
Working with Kata was a dream-like experience. She is highly responsive and incredibly collaborative. The work Kata produced was both voluminous and incredible. We loved the journey that we took with her in moving from the ordinary and perhaps even cliche design we hatched on our own, to her spectacular, clean, elegant and eye-popping interpretation of our design. She absolutely blew us away with her generousity and her genius. Thank you for our awesome logo.
- Joani & Byron
- Art Of Life
Art of Life developed a logo for us that we are really happy with. The designer was excellent to work with and I would recommend their work to anyone. We will be happy to work with Art of Life again on future projects.
- Hello Mayday!
Cracked the brief with a great idea and execution to merge all our ideas into a single whole logo that looks great and has all the messages we need in it.
Fantastic end result - the very professional and polished feel we were looking for! We appreciate your willingness to accept and respond to some of our detailed suggestions. Thank you!
- Michael Darling
- MARTIN DESIGN
Great to work with Martin Design. Flexible and responsive. Came up with some new and fresh ideas to win our logo contest. Highly recommended.
How Jane8485 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Jane Hammond Events
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Since 1975, we provide full-service catering, event planning, and event coordination for high-end clients and events. What sets us apart is the quality of our food, the experience and talent of our staff, and our myriad of in-house services such as decor, floral design, lighting, A/V services, etc. Our style is modern. We dedicate ourselves completely to each event and client with a personal touch without pretense. The majority of the inquiries we receive are from women. Increasingly our client base comes from tech-savvy silicon valley. Our target audience are the decision makers and special events staff of Fortune 500 companies and similar organizations planning larger events that emphasize food and fun for distinguished guests. We also do other private events and weddings.
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
I like the idea of the pictoral element either being left or right aligned and of a shape so that the whole logo fills a square or rectangle evenly. If there was a design-purposed element offset that violated the square/rectangle that's OK, as long as the offset element is there for a reason. I do not want a symbol centered above my company name. The pictoral element could also be superimposed through the company name or serve as the "background" for the logo. A clever, sans serif, modern font is key. The pictoral element should speak to sustainability/eco-friendliness. It can be literal or abstract, but if it is literal it should look realistic and not cartoon-y. I like the pictoral depiction of the artichoke in www.bettyzlatchin.com, although I dislike the rest of the logo. What I'm looking for pictorally could be a vegetable, a fish, trees/grass/leaves, or something abstract representing the same. I am uploading an "inspiration image" of some carrots that moves me. I am developing my target as we go and appreciate everyone's hardwork and patience. I am looking for something creative/artistic that can somehow be modern, fun, and representative of the eco/sustainability element.