Cioby was great to work with. The communication was fantastic and the design was excellent. Highly recommend working with Cioby on your project!
David is not only highly skilled but is extremely easy to work with. He respond promptly to comments and design changes. He created a logo beyond our expectations and I would recommend him to anyone. In fact next time we will forego the contest and go direct to David for our design needs.
- Kylew 3
How oneredoak started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
RedBarnCoupons is an online site (currently in development here: http://www.oneredoak.com/rbc) that provides consumers with a method of easily finding & printing coupons related to agriculture esk products (i.e. discounts on eggs, eggs & milk, eggs & <insert grocery item here>).
The target audience is anyone who'd go online to print coupons for grocery items. This is primarily 18-30 year old guys and gals, most of whom are in college or college educated.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The overall vibe we’re going for is something along the lines of “your grandpa’s farm” - a fun, warm and inviting logo that reminds you of a happy family farm, but is also a little on the modern side (as it’s tailored for 18-30 year olds). We’re thinking a fairly cartoonish look (not childish though) that has semi-muted colors. We’re also thinking fairly light and friendly, not dark.
Included in the logo we’d like a Red barn, and possibly other iconic farm items (such as a windmill).
One idea we had for a logo design (not sure if we’d want this, but thought it was a good idea) was a barn bulging full of coupons and just about to burst sending coupons flying everywhere
The attached sketches were made by a friend. They’re not exactly what we’re looking for, but were headed in the right direction.