Fantastic to work with, always willing to review and share ideas,... extremely prompt and very creative!!!
How Haleh started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a software/web/app user experience consultant that will offer UX & UI design, advice, as well as custom front-end web development code. User research, sketching, wireframing and testing will be the main services I will offer, with an option to implement the design for the web, with a responsive mobile design as well. I will also be guiding my clients through the process of discovering who their target audience is, and what service/product features will best serve their customers. My target audience will be small local businesses initially, but will grow to include mid to large corporations. The logo should convey trust, professionalism, and be easy to remember. Prodonova comes from 2 Latin roots: prodo = create, give birth; nova = fresh, new, extraordinary. So essentially I want to convey to my clients that they will get a fresh, extraordinary perspective and tools that will help them start/grow their business. I am design + code + research in one package (more emphasis on the UX design). I will come in and rescue a business from having a crappy online presence, using real testing and information gathering methods whose results can be measured. Or I will help a new business get a stellar start. I am based in southern ca, but the logo should translate globally as I grow the business.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Let designers make suggestions
Light neutrals (Purity, balance and sophistication.)
Aquas (Empathy, compassion, clarity and precision.)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
If you go with an abstract design, I am open to new things. I like Persian design motifs, many of which are far too ornate for what I am looking for. It would be cool to start from one, keeping it simple, and using that as the basis for an abstract design. I don't want it to look overtly middle eastern. "Classic with a modern twist" would be a good way to express the look I am going for.