Great job, everything worked well and all of our requests were taken care!
Delighted!! This is the second time this designer has captured our vision perfectly! "Ink" is very easy to work with and accommodating. We highly recommend this designer!
Super creative and hit the nail on the head
Tasa captured my vision right away, worked with me to provide multiple tweaks and revisions, and was super fast & responsive.
Verne was accommodating to our requests for revisions and adjustments. On the final logo designs, we made requests to have the logo with specific pixel width and height and with the ability to be printed on business cards, t-shirts, and for other marketing purposes. Verne sent us multiple files with our logo design to accommodate our needs. We are very pleased with his work and with the 99 Design process.
Mary and Gail
How Info57052 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Best Pets Veterinary Hospital
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a full service veterinary hospital
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We need a logo, but the key differentiator here is the illustration in the logo. This illustration would be somewhat different than most veterinarian logos I see on this website.
My main intent is to show a physical/emotional bond between animals and a human (for example using hand/arms, paws or embrace). The illustration would include figures of a dog, cat and one androgenous human (i.e. niether obiously male nor female) or my next preference would be two humans both male and female. The human is not a vet but the pet owner. I would also like to see in the faces some positive emotion (e.g. smile or happy pets).
The figures would not be drawn as silhouttes, but instead maybe with medium thickness lines. I also dont want a sunset or arc in the backround. I would like the figures to have just a moderate amount of detail, not highly detailed. The figures do not have to be drawn fully realistic, but on the other hand should not be too cartoonish or imaginary.
I have included 3 sample logos that I partially liked. I will provide comments about each one:
- In the first (Logo idea1.jpg) the figures are not realistic enough, dont have enough detail, the human is obviously female and she is a vet not the owner. Also there is no positive emotion.
- In the second (Silver Lake logo.jpg) the animals are not very realistic and I dont like the sunset in the backround. Also no human and no bond.
- In the third (bestpets5.pdf) maybe the best there is a good connection/bond with the figures and some positive emotion. I dont like the figures being silhouettes.
I am eager to give more input to each designer that participates.