Quick turnaround, won the competition among 18 designs voted on by 3000 of our participants
Perfect!. Thank you!
- joe 8tL
Nico came to the rescue again! He produced a beautiful design in record time!
- Jack Begosian
Great designer, and very talented. 2nd time work together.
Very creative. We have already worked with her 2 times, and both times we have been very satisfied. She created the logo of our company that we love it. She understood what we wanted and showed it in a very smart and creative way.
Would not doubt to work again with her in the future.
How lowfaredontcare started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Low Fare Don't Care
What’s your company slogan?
The cheapest flights on earth. (I figure you'll do this anyway, but tagline needs to be removable.)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I find mistake (and just generally cheap) fares from airlines on international flights and send them out to a list of frugal but fun-loving subscribers. I'm really trying to target men and women in the United States (for now) in the 18-30 age range. Ideally they have a little expendable income. For some reason, my mind always goes to people that attend Coachella. Haha.
The idea behind the name is that our customers just want to travel. It doesn't matter where. It doesn't matter when. As long as it's a cheap ticket, they'd be willing to drop everything and go!
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Travel & Hotel
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I just ran through a 99Designs briefing on color selection, and it suggested pink orange and yellow. That sounds visually harsh to me, especially for a logo, which should be visible even when it's small. Of those three colors, I would honestly be most amenable to some shade of pink. I'm not requesting that, but if you can't live without one of those three... pink is my preference.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Looks very Wes Anderson. Fairly memorable without having to be flashy at all.
Symmetrical and small. Could comfortably fit in a wide variety of applications.
Straight to the point, but still fun to think about for a second
I like that it's playful. The sheep is a classic animal for "sleep" but this fella looks nervous, which makes me think "Bunk" provides a solution.
I always feel like readability is a big deal, but I think this one took a little risk with that. It's still totally legible, but it takes a second. You couldn't glance out of the corner of your eye and read it, but it does draw the eye regardless.
I'd like to have an icon as part of the logo for different uses (home button vs. email header, etc.) I'll attach an image of my main competitors logo for reference.
Also, if you think an exclamation point helps drive home the energy I'm going for, feel free to try it out!!!! ;)