Her Dog Blog has a new look!
I’m so happy with the way my logo turned out so I want to share with you the experience I had getting it.
Have you heard of Fiverr?
I had heard of it from a co-worker who used it last year but never seriously checked it out until I decided that I wanted a logo for Her Dog Blog.
Fiverr is a site where freelance artists, writers, and other creative people offer a variety of services ranging from graphic design to advertising to puppetry. Every service starts at just $5, hence the name Fiverr.
Once I decided I wanted a logo for HDB, I spent some time on the site’s Logo Design link. There are pages upon pages of graphic designers offering up their design services but somehow I narrowed it down to three. My take on the whole experience was that for $15 I’d be able to have options and if I ended up not liking any of the logos then I’d only be $15 in the hole.
I went with the following designers:
I picked these three designers because I liked their portfolios and because they had good buyer reviews (and a fair amount of them).
All three of the designers I picked came up with fantastic designs, but I ended up really loving what Jesterr sent me.
Even then, something didn’t feel right. I didn’t realize it at the time that I ordered the design work, but I really needed Teton to be in my logo.
After receiving the drawing of Teton, I asked Jesterr if he could replace the original design’s dog with Teton, and voila!
I couldn’t be happier with the result!
Thanks for following Her Dog Blog since (holy crap) 2010.