kaLea T.A. provided a lot of different ideas and was extremely quick to make suggested changes. We are very happy with the final product and definitely recommend her work.
We are giving angkiepedro a 5 star rating - as the designer asked for feedback on each design, took suggestions and made changes to help us develop the right design. While doing all of this, he was developing other design options to introduce to us. What typically takes weeks or months, took us less than 10 days. We are very pleased and are happy to have worked with angkiepedro and hope to do so again.
- tinam G
Very happy with the final outcome! Thanks for your professional work and willingness to work on required changes!
- Ale C Coach
How stuart Bz started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Oregon Divorce Guides
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We guide Oregon families through the divorce process (making financial, legal and parenting decisions).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Let designers make suggestions:
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The process of restructuring somebody's family is often full of fear and grief. I need the logo to demonstrate hope and transformation, such as (maybe including) the rising of the sun. Due to it being focused in Oregon, it might be helpful to subtly include something of Oregon's image: tall trees, a snow-capped volcanic peak like Mt. Hood (attached pictures), and rivers. Yet the focus is the safe rearranging of relationships between parents and children. I lean towards colors of gold, blue and purple, sub-colors of yellow, brown, orange. Words: Not advertising "Oregon", so make that word smallest of the three words. Concept ideas:
1. One river becomes two rivers, there is single snow capped volcanic mountain in the background. Maybe a bridge over the river before it splits. (see attached bridge/water symbol)
2. Somehow using the symbol for dissolution (attached)
3. Having logo focus more on concepts of guidance and providing direction. Such as a circle including notches or direction star such as with a compass (attached photos).