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Discussion in 'Starting a Lawn Care Business' started by olebrooklawn, Jul 17, 2011.
well yet me have it.
I think the arrow it too big and I would use different fonts.
I like it, but I would not use black.
Black is always a turn-off color to most everything.
Blue is the color that sells more than any other color, so I always use blue in my stuff. Try a dreamy/dazzling/vibrant shade of blue.
I really like this one
I think the black one is Ok, but I think the font should be bolder. I also like the green color and font in the green one, but I don't like the missing "C". It looks like "Urb appeal".
Hope this helps.
If you want to buy my magnetic signs--see my pictures--they are available.
"JUST SAY NO TO"
"CRABGRASS", "WEEDS" "GRUBS"
The last line can be changed--depending on the season.
Be sure to get white decals for across the top of your windshield--your company name or slogan.
I like the idea you have here, but if I were you, I would talk to a professional designer so that they can get the ideas out of you head (and theirs) and put it into something that can be used by your company. I do like the idea though, maybe you could have the green "C" have texture of grass, or maybe even turn one edge into a curb/road and the rest into something representing a great looking lawn, i dunno.... but I would defiantly talk to a professional designer to get it looking really good, I think it would pay off in the end for sure.
Also, look at the logos of successful companies, walmart, mcdonalds, dell, microsoft, etc. How many of them have shadows and blurs around them? Not trying to bash you, but just reminding you to KISS, keep it simple silly.
which one? had a pro to do these