MRG was able to combine 2 of our advertisements in to a single page magazine ad. This is tricky with how much information is required and MRG managed to still make the ad look very attractive and contain all of the information that we needed. Thanks MRG!
- events j
How MLogiciels started their logo design journey
Here is a short blurb about the company:
"MLogiciels was founded to provide mobile users with a computing experience that is otherwise only available while sitting at a desk. While most mobile devices are not yet powerful enough to replace all desktop applications, that boundary is crumbling. The founders of MLogiciels are committed to pushing that boundary. "
We provide consulting services and are starting to get into writing mobile apps. With a background in artificial intelligence, I'm steering the company in the direction of more advanced/algorithmic types of projects.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The target audience will primarily be other businesses with whom I work and hope to work. These are either other technology firms, or more commonly non-tech companies looking for help creating a mobile application.
It is undecided as to whether or not I will expose the logo to consumers (purchasers of my apps). I suppose if is a super awesome design, I'll want to fit it into any released apps.
The logo will end up being used on business cards, invoices, web site, and perhaps be used in mobile apps.
Because of the goals of the company, I would like to logo to evoke an idea of both advanced algorithms and mobility, but not necessarily phones.
I would like the logo be more pictographic than based on text.
As far as output, I am looking for a layered .xcf (or .psd) file.
I will use it in both grayscale and color, but please don't let that discourage you from using colors. Optimally, the logo would have no more than a few colors.
Please do not use any stock images or clip art in the logo.