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How Ajit.verghese started their logo design journey
GoodEatsFor.Me is a web app that helps hospitality establishment owners connect with their customers using social media.
We track what their customers are saying and doing on across Twitter, Foursquare and other social networks and translate that into actionable information for the owners.
We look at a lot of raw data about hospitality establishments, analyze the information, apply some algorithms and groupings and then present that information in a simple dashboard that helps a make sense of what consumers like and don't like in hospitality establishments. We are primarily focused on hospitality establishments at this time (bars and restaurants) however at some point in the near future we will also target offerings to overall consumers.
We're a small bootstrapped duo that each have tech, business and restaurant backgrounds - and we love the space we're in.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're focused on hospitality establishment owners and at some point general consumers.
Our customers are either GMs/owners/chefs/marketing staff supporting restaurants, bars, clubs, or other hospitality establishments.
Our customers use or are familiar with Twitter, Foursquare, OpenTable, Yelp, Facebook and other social tools/networks that they use to promote their own establishments and engage with their customers.
We like clean, open design for our dashboard - and we'd like that for our logo. Attached you'll see screenshots for our marketing site as well as a sample image of our dashboard.
Clean type-face which highlights our brand name 'GoodEatsFor.Me' - we're not married to the capitalization, however we have referred to it this way since we started and we've grown to like it. If you make a case for something different, we're happy to listen.
We'd like the logo to be more than just type-face: a graphic / icon that's part of our logo would be appreciated, although we prefer not to use clip art.
We would like both print (.ai) and web (.png / .psd) formats.
We're happy to provide real feedback across the designs and answer any questions.