Varex immediatily caught our attention with his innovative and fresh designs. Not only was he able to follow the instructions we had posted, he even posted a couple of designs taking risks and trying out things we had not even suggested to try. We were so happy he did this, because at the end of the day one of his "risky" designs ended up really catching our eye. He eventually tweaked it and listened to all our comments to make the perfect logo. While doing all this, he even took the time to come up with different and new designs in case we ended up liking a different idea. He was great, and really helpful. Will definitely recommend him to anyone.
Do yourself a favour and hire artsigma - he's a genius.
- bank bejo
Very responsive and accommodating as well as a professional demeanor.
How bristoliphonerepair started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We colour customise iPhone mobiles. We also repair iPhones
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Sorry to anyone in the US with our spelling of Colour and Customisation, we are in the UK and spell them differently!!
Our domain name http://www.iColour.co.uk pretty much says exactly what we are doing - Colour customisation of iPhones. So we want to make sure that our name iColour is very obvious in the design.
We are in the middle of building the website, for the next 7 days we have put the website live on http://www.iColour.co.uk live so you can all see the layout and look of what we are trying to do. The colours on the website can be changed to match the logo. (The website is about 30% finished)
What we dont want:
A logo that says iColour where each letter is a different colour