This designer was prompt, professional, attentive, and creative. I would certainly recommend him for any design going forward.
- Jeremy Jenson
- Gespenster Graphic
I can highly recommend Gespenster Graphic. He/she is considering all kind of feedback and shows a high degree of flexibility. The overall process including file sharing was very convenient. Communication was always clear and concrete. All in all much appreciated.
Very sensitive to our needs, understands the relationships between elements and came up with an elegante, simple and profound design. Congratulations.
Nora was great to work with! She actually read the Brief and provided fresh ideas and designs. Nora was VERY patient and responsive. I am so happy with my new business logo, Nora is a true Artist and I will definitely work with her again!
great designs and rapid feedback! thanks so much for your help!
How Dmattingly started their logo design journey
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Industrial automation installation and repair. we provide installation services of and preventative maintenance on conveyor systems and robotics in industrial and warehouse environments
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attached above you will see two logos. "mi logo final" we are currently using on business cards and stationary but as you can tell it wasn't professionally done. we like that it is simple and clean. the block lettering was supposed to convey steel / strength and then the conveyor system below conveys the motion / automation. however, it is a bit simple and amateurish and we feel that we have outgrown it now that we are looking to logo shirts / hats / trucks / signs / website / etc. the second logo attached "mi logo" was given to us for free by a friend of a friend. we liked it OK, but thought it looked a bit cartoonish for industrial automation and construction and the I that was supposed to look like caution tape wound up looking like a barber shop pole.
i didn't include INC in our name above, but if it helps balance a logo from a spacing standpoint, we wouldn't be opposed to it as we are technically an S-corp.
other than that, i would add that we are a new business, but are picking up contracts left and right and growing fast. we would like to develop a relationship with a designer who is willing to grow with us and not charge an arm and a leg early on!