We were very happy with the final design done Andrei on our logo. He was very professional at all times and would recommend him. The 99design site was a lot of fun and the best way to get creative designs to best suit our company.
Maz did an awesome job of taking my comments and refining the design so I got exactly what I needed. She was very helpful in the handover phase as well, which was very important as I am not very computer or graphics savvy.
She made a gorgeous design for me. I would also add that my logo is not particularly similar to other ones that I saw in her portfolio, so give her a chance even if her portfolio doesn't have designs that appeal to you--she appears to be particularly able to work out what you want and deliver a great product.
Jo has created a brand logo that is visually simple and instantly recognisable - which allows it to be used across a number of digital platforms, and importantly for the new business, across a number of direct touch points for our customers.
The design is natural and uncomplicated
How Mcornes started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Mechanical Wonders is a design + innovation consultancy. We provide strategic thinking at the intersection of design, advertising, and brand.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Other color requirements
Antique white, grey/black, orange highlights
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
"Mechanical Wonders" is a deliberately old-fashioned name for a company that is all about 21st century innovation. I want clients to think back to the golden age of inventions in the 19th century- the telephone, the steam engine, the light bulb. The style should be like an old hand-drawn patent for a mechanical device, or an engraved black and white newspaper illustration, but with a modern twist. Please look at the following Pinterest board: http://pinterest.com/mcornes/mechanical-wonders/