Lanai was persistent and wouldn't give up on finding a design we loved. After we selected her design as a finalist she kept working with us on numerous tweaks while we were deciding exactly what we wanted and was she was patient to allow us time to make decisions.
bon was great to work with. Did the extra stuff we requested. Fast response.
Great working with him. Incredible how slowly but surely his unique designs slayed the others.
How klingc3d started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our target audience is Civil Engineers, Surveyors, and Excavation contractors.
We are a new business intending to be primarily a drone service provider flying drones serving civil engineering, surveying, and site construction markets. We will provide site construction progress photos, aerial site inspections, topographic surveying & survey aerial maps.
We also will be working with excavation contractors to prepare 3D computer models of proposed construction sites input into GPS equipment for construction survey & stakeout purposes.
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
I like the sweeping streamlined sophisticated feel. This captures the simple, elegant, sophisticated, & professional feel I'm pursuing.
I like there are just 2 basic colors with a few shades of the red. I prefer something less literal though.
I like the logo would be recognizable no matter the size/scale. The design isn't so complicated that it would be lost if scaled down too small.
I like this is a symbol + company name where the symbol can stand alone to represent the brand. The font type doesn't interest me as much though.
I like the block lettering / font used. I like the crisp feel.
I like the variation on the font of bold type & lighter type combined. Maybe something similar could work with ELEVantage
I like the eye catching design of the jet in this logo. It's bold & fast imagery that draws attention. I also like the colored accent with one single other color.
The logo should not include an image of a drone, quadcopter, or other similar images (side views, 4 circles arranged in a square pattern, etc...)
Any symbol which includes the letter "E" or "e" should do so in the most subtle way possible and the "E" should not be the main focal point of the logo.
A propeller may be used in an abstract form but should not be the sole basis of the logo.
A winning logo should include both a symbol and the business name however the symbol portion should also be able to represent the brand equally well with and without the business name alongside (the same way the Twitter.com bird symbol is recognizable without the word "Twitter" written alongside it). The symbol should also be recognizable at small reduced scales for use as a brand image placed in the corner of work products.
Initial thoughts on a color combo I like is dark granite grey & burnt orange. Open to other simple color combinations that convey trustworthy, sophistication, reliability, precision, & accuracy.