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Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by Jimslawncareservice, Mar 22, 2011.
let me know what you think.
#3 stands out the most to me.
my self i like 1 3 5. these are being done at a desiner. i may tell them to clean them up a bit, or get me a couple new ones. i would like to see real grass not the animated grass
#3 is my favorite. I like the bottom half of #5 but not the top.
As for the others I would rather see nice even cut grass instead of tall uneven stuff.
5, but change the font on the lawn care service
I like 3 but u might think about the name a little. Lawn care service sounds redundant and confusing. Lawn care or lawn service will accomplish the same thing and as everyone knows simpler is better
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I like #3, #1 and #2, in that order. I agree with rockenlawn though, "Jim's Lawn Care" is punchier and more effective. As for the animated grass, the logo will have more staying power in graphic form than it will if it utilized actual photography. Photorealistic logos tend to feel outdated quickly. Also, you'll find that the graphic logo will be easier and cheaper to reproduce repeatedly on your invoices, flyers, letter head and business cards.
Just my .02
i am having them redo some of it. #2 i dont like the orange/ light brown or what ever its suppose to be. i am having them drop service to see what it looks like. the reason i have service in there is because it my legal biz name
I'm not sure where you are, but in Canada your legal name only has to appear on contractual documents like invoices and what not. Your logo can contain an "operating name", even if it appears at the top of a contractual document that also contains your full legal name.
I think its something simular here. i am in minnesota in the us