This was a new wine label for our start-up wine company. She was quick to respond, understood the direction of our brand, and was patient with all of our revisions! We are so pleased with the final design, excited to share with the world and hope she continues to accept our upcoming projects!
- Kurt Bzzz
Kurt did an amazing job on our project. He was very quick to repsond and knew exactly what we were looking for. I would definitely hire Kurt again for a future project!
Love her designs. She understood the brief perfectly and when I asked for more variations she was very thoughtful about giving a good selection. Very polite and responsive too. Easy to work with!
Love our design. Great to work with. Timely and accommodating.
- JOSH Malone
I thought Goga was excellent in working with me. Goga clearly understood the vision and was really helpful in crating the label.
JBN was immediately responsive to every request and quickly created an excellent logo and brand design package for me.
How jwegmiller started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Studio J Design Group
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
High end design firm targeting savvy, sophisticated clients who want a custom designed home (or office, retail shop, restaurant). We are not your typical "Decorator Den" designers but rather we specialize in creating architecturally appealing and luxurious environments typical of homes seen in Architectural Digest or Luxe Interior Design magazine. We concentrate on current trends keeping our designs contemporary and modern while respecting classic design details. The brand identity requires a design with enough integrity to stand alone like other high fashion brands .
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Other color requirements
White, Gray, Black - but open to a bit of color (like fuchsia)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
In my original brief I had stated "not whimsical or overly feminine" (I have since taken those words out of my brief) and this was to convey that I didn't want the logo to look like a hair salon logo. But I think by saying that I might have pushed designers too far towards the masculine fonts and overly modern designs. In my opinion, many of the designs I'm getting back look like they could be logos for a financial services company or insurance company and some look like they represent an audio/visual company. So I wanted to explain a little about myself and my business partner. We are both women, our names are Jennifer and Jeanne - hence the Studio J - and we hate to design homes that look like Donald Trump or Michael Jackson would want to live there with their gold plated, faux finished, crystal chandelier tastes. We design clean lines, contemporary homes, BUT we do love to mix in classic details from iconic architects and designers. Our homes are definitely SOFT contemporary NOT hard modern (like the Jetsons). So we wanted our logo to be clean lines, simple, modern, but at the same time elegant and sophisticated. There are a lot of creative designers out there that have a gift of choosing the right font for the project and that is what we are looking for. Our logo could be as simple as Studio J Design Group in the right font (or mix of fonts or bold and regular mixed, etc.) If you look at your design and think it could be a logo for a law firm then maybe please rethink it. We are artists who own a business, so we want our logo to have an artistic edge yet be as classic as The Barcelona Chair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. Thank you for your interest in my project - I look forward to choosing a logo!