She did a great job, was very patient and fulfilled all my wishes. I can really recommend her as a designer.
Andy has been very quick throughout the whole contest and paid close attention to the different modifications we asked for. She actually came up with a design that has been copied many times by other contestants. We are very happy of her work and professionalism and we highly recommend her for your design needs! Thank you so much we love our logo =)
The Designer pretty much nailed the Design on his first try. He was very easy to work with and responded immediately to all my requests. I would recommend him to anyone!
- Creative Soji
Good coms and responded well to changes.
I appreciated the reception to feedback and constant communication
How zacharyelledge11 started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Urban Soil Landscape
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Urban Soil Landscape is a design and build landscape construction company. We specialize in plantings, irrigation, lighting, concrete and masonry, paving stones, and hillside landscapes. My target audience is middle-class to wealthy Los Angeles homeowners.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
I would like a logo that incorporates imagery of a tree or plant that ties in well with the correlating text. I have attached photos below of my current business card (back and front) and current logo 'Urban Soil (Landscape) Logo' - both of which are too simple and lack development. I have attached photos of my truck as well, as I am looking to have the logo or version of logo made into a decal on this truck, and want to make sure it will work well with it. I would like a logo with a pop of color (green, light green, lime, chartreuse - but nothing neon) but which can also look just as good in an alternate all black form - for decals and such. Lastly, I have attached images from a completely separate company that happens to share my name 'Urban Soil NY,' but I really like their logo. It encompasses a lot of what I'm looking for - good colors, simple and modern, while still organic and earthy, and easily adjustable to work with color or monochromatic black/white.