Easy communication and prompt replies. Our comments and feedback were taken into consideration when the designer prepared revised designs.
- sf designsa
Absolutely beautiful work!
- ★ Roswell ★ 606
Good quality work. Very responsive to suggestions for input.
Very creative and pay attention to my creative brief and instruction.
Miknan understood the project brief very well and always reacted promptly to change requests. We can definetly recommend him.
How martin.lersch started their logo design journey
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Excello will be our brand name for a sugar syrup made from biobased feedstocks (e.g. wood chips or agricultural residues). The typical target audience will be industrial customers using the sugars in fermentation processes to produce biobased materials or biochemicals.
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What colors do you want to see in your design?
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Like the stylized leaf. Red color however would not work. Also, a maple leaf is too specific.
Clean lines. Only first letter capitalized. Nice organic touch.
Like the use of black and color mixed. Clean lines and organic touch. The "cuteness" however will not work for us.
Colors are good. Clean lines. But would prefer only first letter capitalized.
Simple, clean lines. The logo itself however is somewhat to simple.
Clean lines. Logo itself however is somewhat too detailed.
Like clean lines and stylized logo. Color palette is not so good however.
Like clean lines, yet with an organic touch.
I've attached a pdf with some input. The logo for Excello need not use the same colors or font as the Borregaard logo. I've also included examples of other logos currently in use at Borregaard - the style of an Excello logo should not be too different from these, nor should it copy any of them. Lastly I've indicated some possible design elements that could be used - regard these as an inspiration, not as mandatory design elements.