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How matthew3U started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
OpenLattice (or none)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
OpenLattice is a software data platform for government, criminal justice, healthcare, emergency services, non-profits agencies to share data with one another to better serve citizens.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
This is for technology that deals with a large amount of sensitive data, but we'd like to have something that stands out more than the boring enterprise blue. Something that incorporates purple could work well. Please absolutely no yellow and avoid orange.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Don't like multi-hued background. Antelope is okay and fits in with the Rs.
Not a fan of the light blue background. Love the simple flat minimalist design.
Lines are too thick, but otherwise like simple flat minimalism.
Color + minimalism. Not a big fan of the actual sheep in the design.
Simple flat minimalism
We're helping tackle the opioid epidemic and mass incarceration by helping modernize government software. and want a modern and clean logo that looks sharp and conveys trustworthiness/expertise. It should look good in a single tone / two tone since it will likely get used across multiple mediums.
EDIT: Removed Escher guidance and image was resulting in design that were too intricate. Simpler and cleaner is better-- a good starting point is # that's interlaced in a mesh.