I'm very happy with my logo and with the process. Sore88 was a pleasure to work with - very creative and responsive. With some of the other designers, I didn't feel that they were really listening to my feedback as well as bringing their own creativity and innovation to the process. That wasn't the case with Sore88, which is why in the end I went with them to refine my logo into it's final iteration.
- Sampai Kau Bisa
Great to work with. Quality logo
This was a great experience. I appreciate that he offered a variety of options, and once we began to narrow down on a concept he was very willing to experiment with small adjustments until I was completely happy. He was also extremely responsive - I never had to wait long for a reply or update.
How christianVu started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Travel With My
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We create companion-centric city guides and itineraries. Our target audience consists of women between 23-35 years old who travel the world and want to have specific experiences in each city based on who they travel with. For instance, our target user would not do the same things with her parents that she would do with her sorority sisters. With this in mind, we create a specific guides to each city we've traveled to allowing our users to find information specifically curated for their trip, whether traveling with their parents, spouse, friends, etc.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Travel & Hotel
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I am interested in seeing a combination logo that has an emblem and a word mark. Words that come to mind when we think of our site are: globe, search, insight, information, people, travel, transit, passport, recommendations.
Interesting logos we found along the way include: Baarb, Lonely Planet and the Los Angeles County Seal. We have several designs based on the LA county seal and would like to see a greater variety of logos as well