Very creative designer, patient, responsive, detail oriented, and doesn't quit until he gets it exactly right. I highly recommend.
Excellent! Very responsive and did an excellent job.
How dbqk started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
CapStack Partners is a specialty investment bank that raises capital for companies doing deals in the real estate, hospitality, infrastructure and energy industries. We are a small company doing big deals ($100 million +). We are aiming to go head to head with goldman sachs and similar investment banks as we continue to grow.
For logo/branding purposes, I'm looking for something elegant, high end, impactful & dynamic but not loud. I want this logo (and/or some associated symbol) to become familiar to the world as the company grows.
Our clients are comprised of major funds, and high net worth individuals seeking help from an investment banker- not an accountant type- but a bad ass dealmaking, problem solving, strategic advisor that gets the deal done.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Many financial institutions user shades of blue so it's been done a lot. Not opposed but if you're going blue, I'm partial to the college basketball teams- Duke Blue Devils/Kentucky Wildcats blue. I am open to exploring purple, but let's keep it more mature than playful. I'm not committed to either color though and am open to others.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the font in partners. Not so much the bold in the 1st word, unbold in the 2nd word combo
An understated but more modern font, which I like.
I like the gradient effect that Amex uses.
Great understated modern font. simple icon that can be used independent of the text
On the fonts- nothing too overdone, understated but not boring, more modern than classic. Pay attention to word proportion, please. I leave it to you, the designer, to propose a few options for me to choose from. I'll know it when I see it.