Designer really listened to suggestions and what I was looking for.
Sahri did an excellent job with our logo and was very responsive and timely in her work. This was our first experience using 99designs and we will certainly use this service again based on the excellent results working with Sahri!
My second time working with Graphicscape and it was just as expected. loved every design option given. Came out exactly how I wanted. Thank you!
To work with dekko2design was just great, we are very happy, that we could work togther. The work was helpfull, understanding and with much love for details. We just could say thank you for the dedication, patience and friendly communication. We got the perfect logo for us.
How megan.l.dixon started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Canberra Native Nursery
What’s your company slogan?
Beautiful. Sustainable. Australian.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a small Australian plant nursery that sells native plants for gardens, farms and revegetation projects in our region (Canberra and surrounding rural NSW). We need a very clean, botanically influenced logo that shows we are passionate and knowledgeable about Australian native plants. We also want to show we are serious experts about native plants in our region and help with advice about what to grow, where. We'd love our logo to be 'clean' in terms of white space, serious and understated in terms of its fonts (we don't like serif fonts that much!) We'd be keen to see an Australian flower local to our region somewhere in it (Canberra, Australia). See bywongnursery.com.au for an example. We love grevillea flowers, correas, gum tree flowers, native lilies, native heaths, native bluebells and the like (not banksias). If possible (but its not mandatory), we'd also love to see a local bird or local insect in the botanical logo - to show how the native plants we sell support wildlife and biodiversity. Please ask if you need examples of local flowers.
We'd love our logo picture to be recognisable - even if there weren't words in it. For example, we like how the Dagary logo could be separated out from the words of its name (in fact, we really like the way this logo could be adapted to do that and its general styling): https://99designs.com.au/brand-iden…entries/29
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
Like the literal, colourful cutlery. Don't like the colour choices for the font and the cutlery though.
The botanical feel is good - but the font and general look is a bit 'swirly'... need it more clean, san serif.
Lots of white space - clean font. Like the literal image which marries up with the name.
FAVOURITE! Love the impact of the striking colours and the clean fonts. And the feel of white space. This is probably my favourite, except for the geometrics in the arch.
Like the clean font, white space and colour. Not sure about the image - bit too abstract.
RUNNER UP! But don't like the font. Too swirly. AND too many colours.
We need the design to be supplied in a vector file format such that we can scale it up and down - as we'd love to put onto tshirts, car magnets and banners at a later date. In other words - not just a JPEG please. For the business card - we need the file so we can amend certain details like staff names, emails and phone numbers.