Thank you for this wonderfully designed logo!
If there is another opportunity, please offer your support again.
Very responsive and helpful (esp as this was my first time using the 99design system)!
- LiLLah Design
He did a great job at getting revisions back to us really quickly and was flexible at getting what we needed to be done accomplished. Thank you for a job well done.
FirmanBayu produced and excellent design. We requested for multiple versions and we always received what we wanted. We were able to chose the one that we like the most. We recommend working with FirmanBayu
Fast and flexible down the stretch of final design. Applied our vision and followed instructions to a T. Very happy with our final product.
- Viktor Milana ™
Viktor was able to quickly see what I wanted and produce designs that hit all of my requirements.
How connallyorama started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are in the business of tree care. Pruning, planting, tree health care, removal, cables and bracing, all the things. I love trees and climbing them. Target audience is home owners. I am working hard to establish a professional company in a somewhat sloppy industry, the business is young and small.
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
a drawing and the company name, its what i am looking for more or less.
this one is creative but not too busy
i like the simplicity of this, but its clever
this is just eye catching for me but not chaotic
This drawing is a little too cartoony for me but i like this logo because its fun.
nice image and the company name pops
I like that its a clean, simple drawing, and classy.
not really into chainsaws or axes in the logo, i like trees more than saws, but i'm no dirty hippy neither. if you put a tree in the design, it should be hand drawn, and it should wow me out, saplings or windblown trees please, no big mature statuesque ones, no round top trees.