He was the only designer who really understood what I was looking for and did an excellent job. I didn't even need to go to a finalist round because he got my vision bang on.
Communication was excellent and polite. He did amazing work and would highly recommend him.
I enjoyed working with GUERERRO . He did worked well and promptly for me . Good designer !
Conceptoda was extremely prompt with my feedback and provided me exactly what I was looking for. I will definitely be reaching out to him/her again for future projects!
Hat die Aufgabenstellung sofort zu 100% verstanden und umgesetzt. Freundlich und hilfsbereit, unkompliziert bei Änderungswünschen. Absolut empfehlenswert!
How dave Wz started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Misapplied Sciences is an entertainment technology company that
creates personalized public experiences and environments. Our
entertainment products combine the best of two worlds - allowing
participants to share in the spectacle, community, and energy of
crowd events and settings, while simultaneously benefitting from
customization to their individual needs and tastes.
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
We’re seeking a logo that communicates our counterintuitive approach
to creating and inventing, and our philosophy of blending imagination
with science. It feels like the logo wants to be fun and whimsical,
perhaps playing off the company name by showing a misapplication of
science - such as a microscope being used as a hammer; or maybe
juxtaposing science and entertainment iconography - such as roller
coaster vehicles spinning around an atom. Symbols of visual sciences
such as eyes, prisms, projections, or light beams might be good; but
other science imagery, like atoms, microscopes, DNA strands, or
circuits, could work as well. Entertainment icons might be inspired by
symbols found on a 1950s theme park ticket or in a vintage amusement
area guide book. Please don’t feel constrained - these are just
suggestions! We’re excited to see your fresh thinking and
The audience for the logo will include folk who love good design,
including media companies, entertainment executives, and venture
We welcome your design perspective, but admit to favoring a couple
styles: Mid-Century Modern (Mary Blair, Eyvind Earle, Shag, ‘50s TV
Animation); Steam Punk (Jules Verne); Art Deco; and WPA-era Silkscreen
Posters. We’re intrigued by clever uses of a limited color palette.
Above all, have fun - we’re hoping for a logo that makes people