Our collaboration with Amio was breathtaking.
Not only are we more than thrilled by this design (and quite frankly, we did not expect such a great artwork upon launching the contest) but we were sincerely impressed by the quality of his work, his responsiveness, his ability to propose very relevant adaptations even before we were able to provide him with our feedback.
It was like we had a new team member with us for one week.
Can't wait to launch new collaborations with him soon.
- Gerald Cloud Skiff
How Alexis.dufetel started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
LiveMinutes is a free web conferencing service that lets you share and annotate documents with team members, students, clients, etc.
What's special about LiveMinutes is that it's user-oriented in a way previous web conferencing tools never have been. Also, after every meeting, we automatically generate an HTML5 report containing the meeting minutes so participants can keep trace of what was said and done, hence the name.
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
The website is already online (http://www.liveminutes.com) with a temporary logo. It is not mandatory to use that font but the logo should fit in the current design (it doesn't have to look at all like the current logo though). Sign up and try the service to get a feel of our design tastes.
WebConferencing can be a boring industry. We're not (...most of the time). We make it really engaging to meet and share documents online. Design, User Interface & Usability are by far our primary concerns.
We have a tagline which is "The Better Way to Live". The logo should work with and without the tagline. We will later be monetizing the service to businesses, so the logo design should also work with businesses.
Feel free to engage with us on Twitter @LiveMinutes for more info.