Nomer108 had the best understanding of my design idea and created a design well calibrated for my needs.
- William :)
Amazing work! We will use again, very easy to communicate with.
Amazing design. Highly recomended.
How richard rW started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Increase The Heat! (We'll look at proposals with and without the slogan)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Wildfire Matrix is the core of the compensation plan for affiliates who help us promote a monthly subscription plan to acquire silver and gold coins. With a 94.5% payout between the customers and affiliates, we expect the customer base and compensation checks to grow like a wildfire! There has never been something like it in the industry before. Coin sales are usually a pretty boring business. We want to turn that around with an exciting comp plan where even customers can earn bonuses on their own purchases, and affiliates can fill out their organizations with their own virtual accounts. Our target audience wants silver and gold as a hedge against uncertain economic times, and would love a fun and profitable way to build their treasury.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our initial idea was for a background of open flame with silver and gold coins in the foreground. The foreground could also be a vault or safe spilling coin money, (think of Uncle Scrooge McDuck swimming in his gold). It could also be an overstuffed treasure chest of coins. The idea is to combine imagery of real money wealth with the excitement of a game and the fun of getting caught up in it all. I realize we may be asking for too much complexity. In the full logo, that complexity should communicate wealth, security & expertise, as well as the fun. The overall layout though should still be understandable when abbreviated, reduced to 1 or 2 colors, or printed in greyscale. We at least need something that can work in a variety of applications, and be the core that we can build the rest of our graphical layouts around. Our current corporate logo is attached just to show what we've been using. It is a bit too mature for this new venture, but though a little complex, it still works in simplified settings.