Ich fand mein erstes Projetk sehr spannend und würde es sofort wieder machen, wenn ich ein Logo benötigen würde. Tolle Erfahrung, tolle Designer, tolle Ideen - thanks!
Very responsive in answering our questions and following up on requests. We're very happy with the design and the end result!
Piero (PecDesign) was very involved in the whole process: creating several options, responding to feedback, and providing the expertise to create the perfect design.
AdieE is really great to work with and I can not recommend her highly enough.
She designed my logo and van using her creative mind and also listening to me aswell .
I am looking forward to working with her in the future.
- Mr Jon
Great service! Super creative!
- mvk titik
We are very pleased with our design and believe that it will give us what we need to launch our new company. It has been a pleasure working with mvk titik*. He has been very responsive to all of our requests and suggestions. If we need additional assistance, we will definitely look to work with him in the future.
- wpotomski v
How Duc.Nguyen started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Japanese dessert cafe
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a young startup dessert cafe shop in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam which sell Wagashi (traditional Japanese dessert such as zenzai, anmitsu, warabi mochi) and drinks (mostly with Matcha). Our target audience is Women from 18-38 years old who love to hang out with their friends and love Matcha and Japanese desserts also.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We are looking a logo for our Japanese Dessert Cafe, Watcha.
The final logo should stand out, catchy but not childlike, it should look affordable also.
We focus on Japanese traditional confectionery or Wagashi therefore we would like you to use:
These Japanese traditional symbols should be consider:
- Green tea leaf or a cup of matcha tea (because we use matcha in most of our menu)
- Maneki-neko: a lucky charm (we like a cute face version of this cat)
- Daruma doll: another lucky charm
We also welcome other Japanese traditional symbols that you might find.
We appreciate all of your effort that you put in this project.