I would highly recommend Changra as a logo designer!! He provided me with a clean and elegant design and he was incredibly thorough and diligent in sending me many many variations and tweaks to get me to my final outcome. I have a very detailed eye and he persevered to win my contest. He was pleasant, patient and professional. I would use him again in the future for other design work.
Although the initial design was quite plain and not exactly what we had in mind, with a little direction and feedback Mekanin made as many amendments as we requested both promptly and to specification. Very pleased with their work, and will certainly be requesting their participation in future projects. 9/10
How Matthew Granade started their logo design journey
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Domino is a platform for researchers and data scientists who want to focus on their analytical work and not be bothered by infrastructure setup and management. Domino lets you easily run your data analysis code in the cloud; it helps you organize your work; and it lets you easily share your work with other people.
Domino is aimed at academics and data scientists in small organizations who are somewhat, but not very, technical. Its value proposition is basically: “Domino will seamlessly take care of the important parts of your project that you can’t or don’t want to be bothered with.”
We think of it as a lab bench for data scientists.
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We chose name “Domino” mostly because of how it sounds, but it has some meaning related to what our product does: when dominoes are setup correctly, a small amount of effort can cause a big effect. Our product lets users get a big impact out of a little bit of work.
We’re targeting users who aren’t highly technical, so we don’t want something that seem very sophisticated, or looks intimidating. We’re looking for something accessible and approachable, but not something flimsy -- we are not a silly, toy product, and we expect people to use our product for work that is important to them.