D'zeNyu is very creative and sent us a variety of designs to consider. He always responded quickly with the changes and tweaks we requested. His design is fresh and contemporary, just the way we want it. We would use him again, and will refer him to our contacts.
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How bfedner started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
StayMarquis is a tech-enabled, full-service vacation rental marketing and management company that assists homeowners with every aspect of the vacation rental process with the goal of maximizing owners’ return on investment while minimizing their work needed to do so. Services include creating property listings, advertising them across the web, managing guest inquiries, facilitating bookings and collecting payment, maintaining guest communication before, during and after guests' stay, checking-in and checking-out guests, and cleaning the property after they depart.
Our target market are owners of homes in vacation destinations and travelers. Both owners and travelers are upper middle class or above and are usually more sophisticated/educated.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Travel & Hotel
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
- ‘Marquis’ should be more pronounced than ‘Stay’
- if possible, integrate an infinity symbol (literal or abstract) into the design
- The infinity symbol is relevant to Marquis because on one side you have an oval, which represents the end-to-end service we provide for owners (marketing + management), and then on the other side you have another oval representing a complete offering that we provide for travelers (homes + hospitality). And at the middle of it all is Marquis. On top of that, an infinity symbol is smooth and fluid, same as our processes, which should create nice distinction against the clean/sharp typography that I'm imagining for Marquis.