Very attentive and really great design. Thank you!
Super responsive, creative, and easy to work with.
Excellent job, even after the contest was completed was very responsive. Would use again.
How ktracy started their logo design journey
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Fíonta (designer can also explore fíonta) is Gaelic for wine. Our company provides database (CRM, specifically Salesforce) and website design for medium-sized nonprofits. Our clients are advocates for those with disabilities, women's reproductive rights, healthcare, animals, and trade or career-specific industries. The name, Fíonta, was chosen because it represents the alchemy needed to produce a refined product. Our direct clients are sophisticated and smart, tech-savvy, decisionmakers. They range in age, but the average age is mid thirties to mid fifties, more often women than men. Really superior wine requires patience, planning, commitment and these are brand values inherent to Fíonta.
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Like the use of the O to support the mark itself.
Another example with a crown. This is too harsh with all the points, although it works for football.
Strong, bold. Like the hand lettered style.
We keep thinking bout a crown so I was drawn to this clever crown made of paint drops.
Like the sense that the mark and the company name are so tightly interwoven.
Like the font.
Very much like the two color mark and the simple illustrative style.
Love the overall shape this logo makes – strong circles with a great square profile.
Like the all lowercase, clean thin font and the mark below the text. That's quite unique.
Like the hand drawn style and letterpress style of the mark and typography.
Please work with a square shape in mind – we struggle with our current logo because it is so horizontal in nature and that doesn't work for social media profiles.
Salesforce, our technology partner, uses clouds as part of its core branding (see http://www.salesforce.com). If the idea of cloud shapes or cloud particles seems to work, this may be a direction to explore.
We are also very fond of the crown mark in this wine label: http://sr3.wine-searcher.net/images…691227.jpg - it has the level of sophistication that we're going for. The typography for Fíonta should probably be sans serif to offset / compliment the mark, but we're open to anything.