The design is not what I expected and that is a good thing.
Hele fijne designer om mee te werken! Snelle reactietijd, adequate opvolging en goede designs!
Udara is an absolutely brilliant and experienced designer. I've worked with marketing and communication teams from countless multinational corporations all over the world throughout my career and I can say hands down that Udara is in the top 5% of designers I have worked with. His professionalism, responsiveness, creativity and timelines made my design process so seamless. He genuinely went above and beyond to ensure that I was completely satisfied with his final design concept. He is great to work with because he is very open to feedback and worked tirelessly to ensure a perfect final product. I am immensely grateful that I took a leap of faith to place my logo design process in his hands.
- Maher Sh
The design hit all my goals.
- Mr. Rious
Great designer, very communicative, will make changes until you get exactly the design you want.
How omeganox started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We teach reality based decoy training techniques to police and military K9 units, (the decoy is the guy in the big suit that the dogs bite).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Animal & Pet
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 logo needs to be brutally simple yet unforgettable and instantly recognizable, it needs to stand out in the police K9 industry where other logos are generally dull, predictable and not unique, the basis of the logo needs to be a man grappling with a police dog or otherwise engaged in combat, the picture I've included is just a raw image I have many more that inspire me which I can upload, but the hard part is keeping it simple enough so that just the outline of the man fighting the dog will be sufficient enough to be instantly recognizable without requiring too much detail like a painting which then defeats the purpose of a great logo.