First time Using 99, and wow... Bara was way ahead of the pack from the first submission. when all was said and done, his submissions were the only ones that we liked and we had to choose from two of his that were both quite good... thus making the final decision tough.. but he provided us with both submissions so we could even change our minds, which was a bonus.
He was also very quickly responding and making the changes we wanted.
- Lance Evander
Great Job! Thanks!!
very talented, quick turnaround time
Garm designed a catchy logo for our pet product and caught the message and theme right off the bad. We requested many small revisions/additions and Garm provided them without question and a great deal of interest and enthusiasm. We were very pleased with Garm through the whole process!
How mlampart started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Maker-E is part of a distributed network for MakerSpaces on the campus of Bucknell University. Our space will focus on making electronic circuits and projects. We will have the capability to design, fabricate, assemble, and test printed circuit boards.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We would like to have a minimalist line drawing of a chef/baker with outstretched arm holding a steaming tray of freshly baked printed circuit boards (PCB's)
- There should be emphasis on tray of PCB's
- The chef/baker should be sexless/raceless
- Overall look should be welcoming
We will have the image cut into a sheet of steel so the image will ideally be stencil-like so there are not a lot of loose pieces floating around.
The chef/baker idea comes from the name Maker-E (like a bakery, but for circuits). Background: PCB's are "baked" in reflow ovens when using surface mount components.