This was my first experience with 99 designs and it was a positive one. My winning designer, eivrah, did consistent quality work throughout the contest. I particularly appreciated how quickly he made adjustments as we fine-tuned the logo. Great job!
- Jessica Milla
My experience working with Jessica was great! Her work was on-brief from the beginning and beautifully executed. And she was very easy to work with, especially towards the end of the process when I needed a few minor tweaks to be made. I'd gladly recommend her work to anyone.
I look forward to working with dedezeeyeahh in the future!
Bayhaqyannizar did a great job. He was was quick to respond with changes and creative. He offered multiple original and pleasing designs, it was hard to choose between them. In the end we were very pleased with his work and would recommend him to others looking for a great logo!
- Viktor Mada
Very happy with both the process and end result from Viktor. Will definitely be hoping to work with him again in the near future.
How Philip Thrasher started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a programmer specializing in web-based solutions. I do full-fledged, custom web applications... No wordpress sites, no ecommerce sites, no web-business-cards.
I provide custom solutions, and work with designers to give customers products that are specifically tailored to their use-case / workflow.
I also do products of my own, so not just consulting.
My name is Philip Thrasher, and that's where the name comes from.
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
I'm really open to different ideas. That said, I'm not really sure what direction I want to go with it. I'm sure I'll be able to update this once I've seen some offerings.
Things I'm not into:
Anything that looks "Web 2.0"
Heavy gloss / glassy effects
Things I am into:
Clean lines, simple shapes, logos that easily look good in print, or vinyl, but still come across as intricate on screen.