Great job. I am very happy with the quality of design.
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I'm very satisfied with the work of ultrasonic, the logo is perfect.
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Varex immediatily caught our attention with his innovative and fresh designs. Not only was he able to follow the instructions we had posted, he even posted a couple of designs taking risks and trying out things we had not even suggested to try. We were so happy he did this, because at the end of the day one of his "risky" designs ended up really catching our eye. He eventually tweaked it and listened to all our comments to make the perfect logo. While doing all this, he even took the time to come up with different and new designs in case we ended up liking a different idea. He was great, and really helpful. Will definitely recommend him to anyone.
How Abe25803 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Internet "bot" software that generates automated/randomized/"fake" internet traffic that prevents corporate/governmental spying and data collection programs from building accurate profiles. Target audience is those concerned with privacy.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I'm thinking along the lines of: CyberFlare deploys digital flares (bits/net traffic) as protection like fighter jets deploy flares that create decoys for heat seeking missiles.
EDIT: Fighter jet logos are cool and will be considered if they incorporate the right imagery, however the original note is
meant to serve as inspiration for how digital bits could be used as
flares in the cyber world. Would like to focus more on digital/cyber
bits like a stream of network traffic and how it can provide a defensive
countermeasure to surveillance. The use of "flare" imagery or stream of bits is highly encouraged.