Flexible easy to work with. When I asked for changes I received them right away. I am very happy with my final product!
We were very pleased with the design we received, the design process and the handover of our design! Thank you again!
Nailed the design, spot on with clever details incorporated into the design I would not have thought of but loved. Only advice would be to send the color variations initially.
The designer was very responsive with edits to the designs and communicated well when they were unsure of my requests.
- Big Red Beard
How Hadlowj started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We build and repair rotary engines as a primary business. We also supply rotary engine parts as rebuild kits to the general public as well as garages, wholesalers and other parts merchants.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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 need to be saleable so it can fit many formats including on the side of a car as well as on a small engine component.
Should relate to the rotary engine and incorporate part of it into the design. If using a rotor it should be geometrically accurate. Nothing too cartoony. Be free to play a bit with it a bit.
The design can and should have colours but must be clearly legible if it was printed in a single solid colour e.g. black, white, blue, etc.
Complexity and detail is free however if very complex there should a simplified version so it can be easily seen and read when small.
I highly advise some quick research about the rotary engine its components for inspiration.
“CAD-rotor.jpg” is a geometrically accurate rotor however is missing the corner seal and apex seal groves.