We LOVE our design! Beside the actual creative work, "James Watt Design" was amazing to work with - incredibly accommodating and patient. Will definitely work with this designer in the future! Thank you!
Greatful for the hard work!
Highly detailed accurate design with bright attractive colours! Has really taken the design brief to the next level with attention to my personal look as well as my needs and style!
This designer really put work into my project. I asked for a lot of things and he is one of the only designers that was making changes within minutes and basically did whatever I asked. Thank You
How kreggnance started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We would like a logo that reflects the casual and fun yet informative approach to our podcasts. We banter about once per week about relationships with a 30 minute podcast that touches on everything from how to approach first dates all the way to second marriages. The RelationSkippers name is meant to convey a light play on words by two guys, one is single and the other is married. Possible taglines that describe what we do are "Navigating the Waters of the RelationShip" or "Steering the RelationShip" or "Captains of the RelationShip", etc.
TARGET AUDIENCE is anyone who is seeking to learn about relationships, but realistically it most likely will appeal to single and married people over 30 years old.
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
A round color logo that will be used on poker chips, captain's caps, Patreon.com circle logo spot
It needs to read and look good as small as 80 x 80 pixels
Elements can include one skipper cap or two skipper caps, a heart that is rendered as a sail, the word “RelationSkippers”
Another possible idea is a retro looking sailor captain character like in the attached document
Please try anything that would work to capture what we are trying to convey.
Probably the most creative will win the day...