Silvana is on the ball - she knows how to design and complete projects quickly and make them look great!
This is the second time I use 99 designs and both times I had excellent experiences. X-version was very easy to work with, promptly responding to my requests and willing to incorporate my ideas into what was already an excellent response to my brief. I'm very happy with my new logo and look forward to using it to build my business!
sexpistols was a great designer to work with. Creative designs and was quick to provide the requested edits. Also provided all of the file formats I asked for. Highly recommended!!!
Excellent, postive expereince with Ozza99. Very proactive, provided multiple design examples, followed the design spec very well. Completed the handover promptly. Enjoyed working with this developer and plan to do additional follow on work with them.
How TasteCalendar started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Calendar of consumer events - wine and craft beer tastings, recreational cooking classes, wine festivals, beer dinners, etc. The Calendar only covers events in a current city (currently Washington, D.C.) related to food and drink events.
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
(Note: I've added some images of Scotch "snifters" - it would be great if you could incorporate this into the Logo - possibly replace one of the letters with the snifter!)
The current logo (attached) has many nice elements such as the notable "T" in Taste that I like, but I'm changing the web calendars "theme" to American Bistro - so I want it to be slightly more "Americana" theme without being cliche..many online email newsletters do a nice job (examples: http://www.eater.com, http://www.thrillist.com, and http://www.urbandaddy.com/ )