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
Very creative with excellent technical skills, and is very easy to work with.
- malaga ♥
It has been a great pleasure to work with this designer. It was very easy to establish flow between the designer and me / she has been very quick to understand my visions and to enact them into design. This particular book design (a combination of picture book and a manual of ikebana) requires a variety of skills from the designer including intercultural competence. This designer has it all! I highly recommend her!
How colin.rohlfing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
MyGreenImpact is an automated tracking website and application that calculates a green score of user environmental impact, measures their ongoing performance like a budget and recommends actions and consumer choices to reduce their impact. The platform is simple, quick and provides incentives, education and competition to encourage continued use.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
green, yellow, white, gray, black
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have two initial thoughts about the shape of the logo that will subtly suggest the intention of the website.
1. The users will receive a green impact score displayed as a wheel showing impact in various categories. I have attached an image of the wheel. It would be an interesting option if this was incorporated in a subtle manner.
2. The idea of an abstract bar code (since this is platform about consumer choices) as roots growing into something or as the base of the logo has also been on my mind. Both of these could reflect the idea of "personal impact", but I'm trying to avoid the typical green, cheesy logos that give the impression of tree huggers and nature.
There is a slight chance that the name may change to MyEcoviser. Have the option to easily swap-out letters would provide more flexibility.
Also, please feel free to not even consider items #1 and 2 above. I'm here for a reason. YOU, the talented graphic designers.