Michelle Sieler Logo Design Contest

Michelle Sieler has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 199 designs from 30 different designers from around the world.
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United States

What We Do

I am a 35 year old realtor in Nashville, TN. I work with a lot of vibrant, energetic home buyers and sellers in Nashville. I renovate homes as well as help buyers and sellers. My brokerage (www.viberealtytn.com) already has a logo that I love, but I want to have my own offshoot of that to put on my personal website (that I am in the process of building) and for my marketing materials. My goal is to educate people on the home buying and selling process -- taking the fear out of home ownership and home repair/maintenance.

I think I want some options that include a symbol and not just a literal translation with just my name. I’m also open to the words Real Estate or Realty or just leaving those words off the logo completely if the “symbol” speaks loudly enough as a design element.

Industry

Real Estate

Color Preferences

I would like to use the same colors from my brokerage's logo to create my personal logo.
I want the two to feel like they have continuity.
I think a more script based font would be good for my name and then mimic the same font from the brokerage logo for the word "realtor."

https://www.viberealtytn.com/

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

Open to all things

Themes

Simple
Colorful
Luxury
Modern
Refined
Adventure

Style Inspiration

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