Pamelo is a great designer! We used his work for our first logo and needed a second alteration. He exceeded our expectations, GREAT work in less than 24 hours while we gave a week to do this.
Brilliant designer that really understands his clients and know how to get the job done fast. Thanks for designing for us, we recommend Pamelo a 100% and will use his skills for future projects!
CEO and Owner of Ninja Kitty Music
As usual, you're pretty quick! Thanks again!
Great communication, fantastic design. I would highly recommend!!!
Very creative, prompt and easy to work with!
Great design, and designer was easy to work
The design was excellent, he was incredibly responsive and easy to work with. This project certainly exceeded my expectations!
How justyouweight started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Just You Weight
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a personal trainer that specializes in kettlebell exercises and bodyweight movement. I have a physical business as well as an online presence. My goal is to help people workout with minimal fitness equipment. Target audience is men and women age 25-65. I want to make fitness approachable.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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 like the bold color and thick lines/minimalist design.
I like the use of negative space here.
I like that it's simple
I like the incorporation of the sheep into the words
Really cool use of negative space.
I really enjoy the aesthetic of gorillas, so I'd like a gorilla face incorporated. I also work with kettlebells and bodyweight exercise (handstands, pull-ups, etc.), so potentially those as well. Two of the attached logos have a gorilla head with a kettlebell for the mouth, which I love, but are already copyrighted, so maybe something similar, but not exactly. Alternately, possibly adding a bodyweight element (person doing a handstand, etc.) would be nice. Lastly, I have experimented with using my company's initials (JYW) to represent the gorilla's face as you can see in the attached drawings. I'm terrible at drawing, but you get the idea. I'll include my current logo as well to give you an idea for colors. But I want something simple, minimal, and recognizable. It could exist with the company's name or all on it's own.