padamel_disen was very responsive and put together a creative and original design surpassing all other designers. It was a pleasure working with him.
How charlie.youakim started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
It's a "Buy Now, Pay Later" payment product for e-commerce retail sites. We pay the retailer immediately and gather 4 equal payments from the consumer over the next 6 weeks.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
Clean looking word/font. I could see a font like this working for us. It's neutral feeling - maybe slightly feminine, which is exactly where we want to be.
Professional and trustworthy.
Cool looking font. Probably too playful and organic for the application we are designing for, but we like the creativity.
Colorful - slightly feminine and nice looking.
Cool looking logo - but I don't think it's applicable to our project.
I think the font would appeal to women, but it's not too overtly feminine. I like the incorporation of the logo mark in the font/wording.
Just a cool looking design.
Clean, Strong, Trustworthy, Professional.
We like our logo. The flames make an awesome animation in our app and test highly positive as a logo mark alone with a young female audience. The word/font does not test well with the young female audience - it tests poorly.
We are hoping that a rebrand can make our logo more appealing as a payment method for women in e-commerce checkouts!
This is a business pivot for the company. We are now targeting younger women as our target market (but we don't want to exclude men entirely). We would like to have our logo grade out as slightly feminine but also represent security and professional as we are a payments company.
We tested the current logo and it grades very masculine. The green flames graded well, so we'd like to keep those - but we would be open to seeing blue as an alternative color, as most payments companies use blue. We'd like to see variations in the font and design utilizing the name "Sezzle" and our current logo flames.