Terry is a fantastic designer -- not just because of his skill, which is dramatically evident in his work, but even more so because of his intention to listen to the needs and wants of his clients, respond thoughtfully to requests and collaborations, and move the project forward in harmony with those he serves to deliver outstanding results.
I cannot recommend him enough and will continue to work with him as much as I can.
Good design, solid support
Great experience working with the designer, so talented, creative and cooperative
How Kim Pomares started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Ally Management Consultants
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Services to Independent Management Consultants, aiming at pulling together all the consultants' experience and talents into a powerful worldwide network.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Management consultancy firms' logos are very basic ... essentially their name only. They say their name as it is; there is a confidence with saying the name and not having to add much more to it.
A few consulting companies have an understated message, which I like. Deloitte has the green dot, which represents a full stop, one stop shop for helping clients. Bain's logo, which I like, added a compass, representing the ability to show direction. Accenture has a forward arrow, representing moving ahead. Kurt Salmon has the north star, representing the beacon for the travels ahead.
I want our logo to have a regular type face, which is also clean and strong. I don't want to yell my name (e.g. a very big and bold "Ally"), I just want to say it. The one key message that I want our logo to portray is "collaborative".