Fantastic communication, great response to feedback resulting in a really well suited and unique design - very happy to recommend.
- Andrea Mauriziani
fast, excellent service, clean and creative aesthetic. I would highly recommend and I would absolutely work with again on design work
Such quality work. Excellent use of color and design. I hope to work with you again. Thanks so much.
Besides being creative and standing out amidst all the submissions we received, this designer is really easy to work with, friendly, positive and prompt in replying to feedback or making adjustments. It was a pleasure to work with this designer and we appreciate their work very much!
- khristina s
How SteakOut started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a Hong Kong company importing the finest British meat produce(beef, lamb, pork) into the Hong Kong market for the general public or high end restaurants.
We want a logo for our company which shows a certain level of British-ness and something which gives people an idea of produce which is not mass produced, but tenderly reared animals in a free range environment.
The logo needs to give the consumer/purchaser of our products the feeling that they are buying something that is of high quality and British. For instance if you are buying a car, if you think of a rolls royce this brand immediately gives you an image of British quality, whereas something like a Ford car might give you an impression of mass market appeal. We want a logo to give off a feeling of a roll royce. Something that is special and upmarket.
Our customers will be people who enjoy their food(foodies) and are happy to purchase a premium high quality product, with produce sourced from small organic healthy farms.
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
Just want to highlight that our logo will be on meat products of all species (cow, pig, lamb), thus any logos that have a specific species (e.g. cow) in it could potentially mislead people into thinking that the product is beef rather than pork, and vice versa.