Extremely professional and dedicated to his designs. The idea I had in mind was vague and our designer certainly exceeded our expectation.
- Fadil Al Banjari
Excellent work and very easy to work with. Good ideas and quick response
Pleasure to work with.
- j a v a n i c ™
Sehr zufrieden mit dem Design, alle Änderungswünsche wurden prompt durchgeführt.
How jamesFC started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Small For All
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Seattle Tiny Homes (http://www.seattletinyhomes.com) is launching a sub-brand called Small For All. Small For All (SFA) will provide building plans, trailers, and other resources for do-it-yourselfers who want to build their own tiny house on wheels. These do-it-yourselfers will typically be 24-45 in age. They are idealistic about living simply with less environmental impact, and also want a home of their own without a huge mortgage. They will be a mix of male and female.
The SFA brand does NOT need to look the same as the Seattle Tiny Homes brand.
The SFA brand should appeal to people who want to do construction work themselves. People who want to roll up their sleeves, get their hands dirty, and build some sweat equity in their tiny house on wheels. The brand should imply action, independence, and the freedom that comes from building and owning your own tiny house. Other characteristics include bold, gritty, contemporary, and stylish in a woodworking/DIY kind of way.
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We will be transitioning these products (plans and trailers) to the SFA brand once we get that identity established. However, you can get a clear idea of what the products are all about from our current pages.