We got the dream logo, what every new business wants. Great to work with, patient and understands the brief straight away. Thanks Ravello, look forward to working with you. Prince.
How Brian McManus started their logo design journey
Launchly provides a venue for people to find out about the latest websites and have their opinions truly heard. It works with website owners to get them the feedback and attention they need to succeed. The application tracks all aspects of a new launch so the owner can stay focused on what matters - providing value to their customers.
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I require a professionally designed logo for my new web startup, launchly. Please see the site for the existing color theme. I think I want to stay with the color scheme that is there now but I would potentially be open to another theme if you think you have one that would work far better. Because of the nature of launchly, I would want any new color scheme to be fairly neutral so as not to detract from the individual launches on the site.
I currently like the font that is in use on the logo (since I designed it myself that makes sense) but I am certainly open to other font ideas. My thought behind that font was to sort of emphasize the "drawing-board" phase of a website because we target new websites/startups. There are certainly other potential ideas to be had here I'm sure.
My only concern with switching fonts is remaining consistent in other areas of the site, such as buttons. If it is a licensed font and I do not have the font on my system I wouldn't be able to re-use the font in other areas of the site.
I am also very interested in the non-textual portion of the logo. I am interested in seeing things that emphasize the "launch" part of launchly. Potentially something with a rocket of some type integrated with the name? I would really like to see other ideas for that though!
I also require that the logo fit in basically a 220x60 pixel space to avoid changing the layout.