Tell us what you need
What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
Interior Designer - Logo
What is your industry?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
Down to Earth
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Text + a clean, simple icon
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
I'm looking for a logo that brings to life Deborah Silver Design (DSD).
I attended Ryerson School of Interior Design (RSID) in Ontario. Beyond design, Im passionate about helping others achieve balance between body, mind, and spirit through Yoga.
I've built my business on referrals to this point and am working on a website, showcasing examples of my projects and overall branding. This logo will be important with how I present myself and my work through my website, business cards, proposals, etc..
How I'd describe my design style in a few words
In a sentence... I blend beauty and functionality where you live, work, and play. Functionally beautiful design for every imaginable interior setting.
I'd like a mix of text only and text with icon logos to choose from. I plan to provide regular feedback.
Examples of other designers/logos that I'd like you to look at
Lauren Leiss - http://www.laurenliess.com/ - A successful designer who has a simple text based logo
Porter House - http://www.louisefili.com/porterhouse - a simple, clean use of eye catching text with an iconic logo, balanced nicely. Although its for a restaurant, the balance of text, icon and simplicity is appealing.
Buckingham design - http://buckinghamid.com/ - another example of clean, simple logo...although the icon and balance doesn't work as well, too small
Summer Thorton - a simple text example http://www.summerthorntondesign.com/
Additionally, I've attached two files that I created as the types of design and logo I like.
Example 1 - the visual brings to life DSD, my initials Deborah Silver Design. The two D's ended up looking like two chairs that are part of a room. This wasnt the intent, but could be a good direction, would need to have a bit more graphical presence and less 'flat'
Example 1 - more of a text based approach with some simple icons within the 'O' the balance of the word 'Design' doesnt work as well as I'd like. And there could be other options for within the 'o' or other letters
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