Excellent work. Second job I have worked with this designer on.
Great designer. GAdrian's design really represented what our non-profit was all about
Great design concept, great communication, great and quick revisions and lots of options- thanks for making just right
Great quality work and responsive on our requests!
I'm very pleased with the final design. The designer was quick to respond and made all the changes I wanted. Highly reccomended
Exceptional designs, a real attention to detail, timeliness and professionalism. Everything you can ask for in a designer.
- John Le Vine
How Pete8085 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I love to cook, but I've always struggled when cooking a great meal,
I'm cooking multiple dishes, following multiple recipes, flipping between
tabs to see where I am in each recipe, trying to control timers or remember
where I am, how much longer for the beans, when should I turn down the temperature
on the oven, etc. etc. It's quite hectic and confusing.
So I created Kitchon, which brings multiple recipes together and helps to
manage the tasks involved in cooking a great meal, making the activity of following
recipes simpler and more enjoyable.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The logo should be able to scale down well. We should be able to extract out something to make a favicon.
The word 'kitch' should not stand out on it's own as a separate element as we are not a kitchy brand.
The product is obviously targeted at people who love to cook and enjoy good food. It isn't about the simplest cooking, but the best way to make great food.
This is about cooking, not eating, so any use of eating utensils, plates, etc. is the wrong direction. Cooking utensils make more sense.