Great designer to work with. Worked quickly making any changes requested. Very clever, and creative; Would definitely work with again.
- TM Freelancer™
Freelancer was fantastic! He was great to work with, had the best concept, understood my vision, and worked the hardest to get it right. Freelancer is an amazing designer.
xbrand did a great job!
First time we used 99designs and the response was overwhelming!
Nice to see different views from all over the globe.
The winning design from -vid- was subtle and spot-on.
Amendments to the brief where done quickly and the handover of the designs was complete in all common formats. Great job and thanks from all at BitterKoud, The Hague, The Netherlands
He has great understanding of your needs. And he has great creative mind to help him generates special designs.
How Chomp On, LLC started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Chomp On Media
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a general digital media production start-up that does video production, graphic design, web design, etc. We cater to a wide variety of clientele from soon-to-be newlyweds to corporations. We are based out of Gainesville, FL, USA.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Art & Design
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We want something fun (but fierce!), modern, clean and vector-y but not necessarily cartoonish. We want it to be clearly distinguishable as our brand/logo when in just black and white (as if it could be "stamped" on something). The "chomp on" refers to a gator chomping. We would like it to also have the opportunity in the future to become an animated logo (maybe a chomping gator mouth) for the end of our productions. Not necessary though.
We are thinking the logo would be in all caps and would resemble the mouth of a gator where just looking at the letters you can tell they are the teeth or inside "chomp" of a gator. So when animated, the "CHOMP" is the top of the mouth and the "ON" is the bottom of the mouth and they are opening and closing (chomping). Hope this makes sense.This was just one idea we had.
Our ultimate goal is for people to look at the words "CHOMP ON" and immediately know it relates to a gator.