I was after a design that showed order coming from chaos, for my technical writing business aimed at manufacturing industries. I was immediately attracted to some of Rejeki99's designs but other people I showed felt they were too simple. I wasn't sure what I really wanted. Rejeki tried various colour combinations and 3D versions, then came up with the design I finally settled on - simple, elegant, incorporating an arrow signifying progress, TW for the name of my business and surrounded by an octagon, which reminds me of a benzene ring. A medium-bright blue and machine-metal grey looked very smart, plus it appeared to fold down the centre. Overall a very clever, classy design. Thank you!
great job, again!
How jwendelken started their logo design journey
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Orthodontics- Braces for higher income earning area ages 13-18 60% female 40% male.
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The brand mark must speak to the age range but also show a little luxury and sophistication. We want the look to be semi gender neutral but can lean more towards the feminine side if you feel necessary but not enough to be considered female orientated. We want it to be a spa, beauty bar, and hangout for both male and female youth. Prodigy is all about kids hoping and dreaming big and wanting to make a change in the world. We build smiles and confidence with the brand. The owners name starts with a B and she likes the concept of the P in prodigy and the O in orthodontics to in some way make a B or you can work a B into the logo like FedEx has an arrow in it kind of hidden. Client likes lavender but not purple and the other color can be determined by designer. Also client likes the idea of maybe something that looks like the sign of infinity (not the car company) but isn't necessary.