I love that the designer followed my brief, incorporated what I liked about my existing logo while removing what I didnt. I also love the simplicity but flexibility of the design. This designer was also one of the first to provide me with mockups which helped tremendously with envisioning the design. The designer was also very responsive and accommodating. Will abe using this designer again.
I have no improvement suggestions at this time.
Quick and very professional work. I am fully satisfied with the design of our business cards. I will proudly hand them out to my future clients and contacts.
- RW ☀ptimistic design
RW ☀ptimistic was great to work with. Very creative, professional and patient with us on our first logo development. I would highly recommend working with this wonderful designer.
- Hyyko 23 dunn
Hyyko was a pleasure to work with. I don't give out top ratings often because there is always room for improvement; however, Hyyko provided a great design and responded to questions very quickly. Additionally, Hyyko was willing to make a number of changes to the design until I made a final decision. Many Thanks!
We were looking for a simple, memorable design that could relate across a number of related but fundamentally different business units. This was our first time utilizing the 99 designs service and had no idea what to expect.
The competition turned out to be very tough and choosing a winner was not a simple process as many designers produced some excellent material for us to choose from. In the end 3rie's design just fit with our need for simple and powerful, neat and versatile.
After the competition 3rie continued to make numerous alterations in order to satisfy our need to see slight variations. In the end we stuck with the original design... the extra work put in by 3rie was really appreciated! We would definitely work with 3rie again...thank you 3rie for you efforts, we are well pleased.
Great and professional! Easy to communicate and well done!
How Fatal Tech started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell mobile computing devices and associated mobile data packs. Our primary target market are commuters. More specifically, train, bus, ferry, etc. But not car drivers, because that could be fatal.
Just a small side story. The business name, Fatal Tech, was thought up when we were discussing our target market. One of us actually said, "But not car drivers, because that could be fatal."
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Greens: Growth, harmony and success.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
Let designers make suggestions:
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
If possible, it would be nice, but not necessary, to make use of the same colours as http://www.taonas.com.au. Taonas is our parent company.
I see the design portraying something aggressive or militaristic. But no guns or wolf heads. Maybe with strong lines in the image. Generally showing strength.
Remember, the first word in the business name is "Fatal". The image should represent that. Five words, in order of importance, that should be kept in mind when coming up with a design are.