LenceMI was incredible to work with; she listened and was able to translate into graphic design our vision.
- Randy Bayne
The design was innovative and simple, which was what we required it to be. The colour elements and white spaces were utilised perfectly for both as a logo and the app icon.
Working with traffikante was awesome in that she was very responsive and had many different ideas fairly quickly. Most of our critiques were received well and new versions of what we had asked for, and even ones that we didn't where she would take it upon herself to share her creativity, helped give us more ideas than we thought of. 5/5 would work with again :) Thanks so much!
High quality, outside the box thinking and design, prompt communication and delivery! Great to work with!
Fast, friendly, professional, and a good eye for design.
How cristel.dominguez started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Convención Nacional Petrolera
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The "National Oil Convention" is an annual forum for diverse and inclusive discussions on Mexico's energy sector. Conversations take place around a circle (stage or amphitheater), where multiple perspectives are shared.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Please take into account as a possible palette the colors of the organizing Association (AMEXHI http://www.amexhi.org).
Also consider for inspiration the colors used by Mexican architect's: Luis Barragán and Ricardo Legorreta.
Finally, you may also find inspiration (but don't feel bound) by the jade green color of Mayan murals.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The logo should ideally make a "slight reference" or "connect" with AMEXHI's logo (http://www.amexhi.org), but we have a preference for a logo that captures the circle where ideas are shared (to listen and to talk) or that incorporates a prehispanic element (preferably Mayan but could be Aztec or Mixtec). Finally, it may draw inspiration from Lance Wyman's Olympic pictograms (or the rest of his Mexico related work).