Was very accommodating and accepted feedback well! Would love to use again for more future projects!
Awesome work AlexSa! Thanks again!
Great working with Kisa Design and loved the redesign of our logo and brand guide.
In our search for the company logo, we had over 100 different designs to choose from. During this process, I was fairly interactive with all of our designers, communicating changes and concepts that we were interested in as a group. Of all of our designs, we were looking for something that could tell our story, and MiminkArt did an amazing job for us. He was very responsive, usually answering our messages within an hour, and often within a few minutes. Having several partners involved in the process, we also had a lot of improvement requests, and every time MiminkArt came through with a design that was better than the one before. His ideas complimented ours and it was a pleasure doing work with him. I would recommend working with this designer to anyone. In the end, he submitted even more samples and designs for us than we had requested which will come in very handy as we grow our business and require some changes to the designs. We are very happy and would use them again.
Solonia was wonderful to work with and I am super happy with their work.
AlinFeninda was wonderful. Very responsive and took direction so well.... not to mention, very creative!
How MegaMatt started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We're a software development and digital services company that delivers sleek, modern, fun, and user-friendly software. We want our users' experiences to be delightful, joyous, and gratifying.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Branding for software development companies all seems to feel the same - generic, serious, technology-y. Let's break out of the box a little, and show that software companies don't have to be so serious all the time. The logos attached show a lot of personality, and the more personality, the better.
I'll be branding heavily on apparel where small details can be lost and too many colors are not possible, so please keep that in mind.
- Incorporate name and a glyph that can be used on its own
- Open to different casing in company name (i.e. all upper/lower case)
- Please don't mix casing in single word, other than capital first letter
- No light bulbs or brains - they are too expected