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How Rev 650 started their logo design journey
For regulated and non-regulated companies in Utah needing precise tuning of essential equipment, Precise Method is the metrology partner that conveniently provides maximum quality, flexible service and proactive management of calibration needs at a competitive price. Because of the extra value inherent in the service received, Precise Method clients are confident in their ability to secure new work, maintain production rates and keep quality high.
- Flexible and accommodating
- Dependable and trustworthy
- Friendly and polite
- Knowledgeable and helpful
By choosing Precise Method, you will be confident in your ability to easily meet calibration standards required for regulated contracts. With high-quality, results-driven calibration, we'll certify your equipment, then provide convenient access to documentation.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Initial Target Audience: Older white males, educated. Proactive about getting their machines calibrated before it's needed.
Secondary Target Audience: Mid-aged white males, blue-collar. Not as proactive (if it's not broke…). Very tech savvy.
We are looking for a logo, with or without an icon, to represent Precise Method, a calibration company.
If an icon is used, it'd be great if it visually incorporated "calibration" or "precise" somehow. Same thing if you are using an alteration of a font or monogram.
2. Manly but not construction. Just not feminine with curves or frills.
3. Nothing elegant or fancy.
4. Clean and "precise"
5. Play around with colors. They haven't been chosen yet.
6. The typeface should be clear, simple, easy to read. If you want to supply a few typeface ideas, then we can narrow it down a bit. I'm still unsure if it needs to be serif or san-serif. You decide. Just keep it clean and easy to read. Bold is not necessary, but you can use it if you want.
7. I'd prefer to use Pantone colors, and no more than 3. However, if you go 4 color process, that's ok too. Just keep that in mind, please.
The final file will need to be vector-based, and preferably in Illustrator.
Please do not use any stock images or clip art in the logo.