My colleagues and I are VERY happy with the final design for the International Network of Paediatric Surveillance Units (INoPSU). The process was easy! It was great working with a designer who captured the brief, responded to comments and was willing to tweak and update the designs. Thank you so much- we really appreciate your help!!!
How Matt15 started their logo design journey
We are a new web development firm that has just closed on our first contract. We specialize in, but aren't married to, Ruby on Rails development. We aim to be very open with our clients and help them bring their ideas to the web. We're not trying to be the next Microsoft, we're just programmers who love the craft, want to help others, and make some money in our travels. We contribute to Open Source frequently.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We target smaller businesses that need a web application, or someone looking to develop a more standard website. They'd likely be between 30 and 60 years of age. We're located in Ohio and Ohioans might tend to be more traditional than other folks.
"Protected Method" is a programming term; we aren't a security company. We're not looking for shields, castles, etc in the logo. We'd like a nice "web 2.0" style logo. Something slick with casual gradients; something refined, but not like a funeral home logo if you know what I mean. This logo will be for the web, business cards, etc.
I tend to prefer black and blue as base colors, but feel free to wow me.