Very responsive and great to work with. Got everything to me in a timely manner.
Great to work with. was always giving new ideas and was quick to make changes on the design. Followed through on all that I asked!! Amazing!!
How rheldt started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Chemistry and chemical engineering (scaled manufacturing of chemicals) company selling B2B. Norquay's dedicated staff of CHEMISTS and Chemical ENGINEERS combines creativity, tenacious competition and dependable customer partnership to develop low cost solutions to demanding technical challenges.
Norquay manufactures semiconductor/Electronic materials, medical devices, photographic, electronic, catalysts and UV stabilizer product lines.
Target audience - companeis producing Electronic/ Medical/ Chemical/ Coatings for various applications (ex. Samsung, DOW, Dupont & Intel). Worldwide markets so want to make sure logo wouldn't offend any international groups.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
We'd like to incorporate blue (main color) with red and yellow/gold accents, but are open to themes that are more blue based.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
the image shows things that make up the bird - we could do something similar to showcase the chemistry or engineering component of the company.
the stylized text is nice
the color structure - could try something similar with "Norquay Technology"
I like how this incorporates the logo into one of the letters.
we like this style of design, with the logo on the left and the name to the right (but open to other styles as well)
We're looking for a logo that includes the name of the company but that has a logo that can stand on it's own (ex. like the wolf example).
Initial ideas include having the Q be like a whirlpool, perhaps with a yellow sun inside of it. The Q would need to be able to stand on it's own as a logo. The swirl is nice because it hints at chemistry.
Any reference to chemistry in the logo should be more subtle and less pronounced as the general public can be adverse to chemical companies.