PhoBoss = Wow! I came into this process looking to give a face to something that I have been working toward for the better part of a decade, and even longer in other aspects, and had a very specific vision for what I needed the logo design to represent.
PhoBoss was able to make sense of a complicated brief and produce a simple, powerful, and accurate interpretation of everything that I wanted. Pleasant to converse with regarding alterations, passionate about finding the best vision for the customer, and extremely helpful regarding the process on a whole, I can not speak highly enough of my designer, other than to say, I have initiated steps to make his design the face of my life's work - and that's saying something. PhoBoss is the boss!
Calendula managed to capture my vision perfectly. I had one tiny adjustment which she responded to very quickly. I am so pleased with what she has created. Thank you Calendula.
Will work hard for your design.
- -- Rogger --
Rogger does an excellent job of understanding the brief and designs excellent work. Not only is he incredibly professional, but he quickly incorporates feedback to ensure you are getting the best design possible. I would HIGHLY recommend him for contests and 1-on-1 projects!
Another excellent design project. I would not hesitate to recommend Angoes25 to anyone needing design inspiration. He is the ultimate professional!
How DQGames started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We create card, board, and puzzle video games for PCs, tablets, and smartphones. Our target audience is about 75% female and includes a lot of seniors, mostly in the US. Recently, we have begun also offering educational video game development classes for teens.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our current logo is well-loved and recognized, but it is too detailed to print and does not reduce down well for screen printing and other uses.
We would like a fresher, simpler version of our existing logo with an updated Questie (the dragon character) that has interesting character, conveying joy and warmth, not be scary, equally appealing to both sexes (but perhaps more to women), and look like an evolution of our current Questie dragon in our logo.
The logo should use a maximum of 3 colors and no gradients. It should be possible to simplify the final logo also to a single color for screen printing and I would prefer proofs that included a black and white sample as well.