Cah, thanks very much for your proactive ability to keep communicating every step of the way as servicing your customer needs has been your priority. A pleasure working with you and in the future.
- K DESIGN 2016
Bon designer, reactif et à l'écoute
Great and easy to work with
The designer was very helpful, and took all of our remarks into consideration. We always got quick reply and willingness to cooperate. This was a good experience. Thank you
Very responsive and accommodating, thanks.
Outstanding work by creativespace666
- AMZ Meridian
How hayleewong started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
.co.uk (on logo discretely)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
online car parts market place and comparison site, car parts search engine
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
#18a65a, #0961b5, if another colour required use #fa9900 variations on these colours that work well with the website are fine http://www.morepartz.co.uk
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have a logo, its very basic, although i quite like the color scheme, font and layout, however i would like it be a little more "slick", professional looking, but not fussy - any ideas that work around this concept would be good although im happy to explore new ideas. Logo should look good from a distance and good on clothing. Should look at home on a mechanics polo t-shirt etc, it should also have an identifiable icon that would be recognisable on its own. Should be clean, basic, geometric, should not show any kind of specific vehicle as we do intend to sell all sorts of parts, however tools, cogs, and generic parts like bolts and screws are fine (or more if you can think of it). Logo should also stand out in just one color, for example all white and still be identifiable. The current font used is called Cinqcent, although it would be good to alter the font itself to make it more unique (add curves maybe, round it off etc etc).
The current logo has an icon shaped like a speech bubble created from the letter a in partz and has a spanner shown that also of sort of looks like the letter M.