panpanhanda was very receptive to feedback, quick to implement, and had a great design sense! Most importantly he clearly and simply articulated the emotional message of our company with his design.
Great Job. I lov my new logo for my photography Adventure. Thanks a lot.
- CROMWORX Designs
Met every one of our expectations. We entered into the contest wanting a creative and unique logo for our newly founded business. CROM came up with an absolutely creative and unique design tailored to our personalities and business expressions. He was attentive and was quick to respond to any of our minor changes. CROM went above and beyond what I had hoped to get as a logo, including communication in the 99 design forum and via Skype- and I’m extremely excited to use my new logo to market the business. I look forward to several more business deals with CROM when I am ready to design my business cards and website. Thank you CROM for your AWESOME work!!
Nice clean design blending a 1940's classic microphone with a contrasting modern element. Deperspect's designs jumped out early as original and a leading contender.
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This logo design is for the implementation of an ERP platform for a client, covering all aspects of business: from CRM to invoicing, accounting, including HR, project management, reporting, etc..
The business of this client is to build Business Intelligence (BI) applications.
The platform is OpenERP, which is not customized in terms of CSS and so the logo should match its colors. The project's name is "Synapse". (Cells in the brain)
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see http://www.openerp.com to understand the ambiance of the software UI.
Note that OpenERP logo uses an Ant in it. This might be interesting to take over, maybe in another form, and combine with the "cells of the brain" concept ...