Very happy with our new logo and marketing materials. Designer was very responsive and stayed with us through the whole process.
When you need magic to happen, look no further! Fast, Creative, and Funny. Always a joy, will be a repeat client
- · Alex ·
Great! as always!
We really like your proposal.
Also, we enjoyed entire communication.
- George d
Great work. I loved the double-meaning of the design.
I love this designer !!! He understands my wishes, is very flexible, super fast and works brilliantly! Thank you DOM !!! :)
How jamesFC started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Seattle Tiny Homes
What’s your company slogan?
Crafted by Hand | Built for Life (not required - only if it fits and works with the overall design)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Seattle Tiny Homes builds individualized tiny homes on wheels (classified as recreational vehicles [RVs]) to exceptionally high standards of quality. We believe a tiny home should fit your lifestyle exactly, and it should also last for a lifetime. Our target audience is people of all ages who are interested in living in a tiny home, people who want to travel with a tiny home, and people who want a tiny home on their property to use for guests or a rental. We've sold to young couples and singles as well as retirees. In general, our customers are interested in simple living and eliminating the burdens in their lives so they can enjoy other things. Many are concerned with the environment and reducing their impact on the earth. Most of our customers are from the Pacific Northwest, but we've sold homes across the country. Since our name includes the word "Seattle," we are influenced by the Northwest aesthetic. We also name our models after Seattle neighborhoods (e.g. Alki, Ballard, Wallingford, etc.). You may visit our current website (which we'll be updating soon) at http://www.seattletinyhomes.com. You can view the websites of our main competitors at http://www.tinyheirloom.com and http://www.tumbleweedhouses.com.
NOTE: We use our logo on the website, business cards, but also on the side of pick-up trucks and the sides of show model houses. So it has to work in a lot of environments.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Our brand color has traditionally been green, but we are open to a new interpretation.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Simple, looks hand-done, authentic.
Implies a sense of quality without shouting.
Simple but eye catching. Good use of color.
The image is interesting.
Again, seems authentic and with a sense of heritage.
Same as last one.
I like the type and the image.
Simple but strong impression.
Simple, but I like the juxtaposition of the scissors with the hair.
Type is interesting.
We're updating this section based on logos we've received.
We're looking for:
Something that looks fresh and contemporary (even though it can have a retro approach if that is cool)
The mark will ideally reflect our Pacific Northwest environment, without being too literal.
An organic or even hand-made look is probably going to work better than a geometric approach.
We're not looking for:
Anything too literal as far as a tiny house on wheels.
Anything that looks like a generic construction company logo (tiny house customers are much different than regular home buyers - they are more "green" and really into the tiny/simple lifestyle.
Anything that is too busy or tries to accomplish too many things.