Very creative. Very responsive. Outstanding experience!
It was a pleasure to do business together
Z works hard and does very high quality work. I truly appreciate his quality and professionalism. Top-level.
Shima22 did a great. Several of Shima's designs could have been the winner. The only hard part was picking the best!
Nairapix has been amazing! Really liked his original design but he also had really good variations of the design. He was also very responsive to any minor suggestions we had. Great work!!
How RickyTerminus started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
WorkGIS is a software company that build products centered around map interactions. We focus on how to perform work and maintenance on assets that are geographic disbursed on the map. For example, a power plant has a lot of moving pieces. The technicians who maintain the power plant need to do preventive and corrective maintenance on those moving pieces to keep the plant running. Our software has all those moving pieces plotted on a map, that allows the technician the ability to update what he or she is doing easily from a tablet or mobile phone right from the map.
The software is not only for power plants so the logo shouldn't be centered around that. That was used as an example to show how the software is centered around work being done at certain locations on items that are plotted on a map.
The target audience is centered around any company who performs work on plotted items on a map. The software lets you interact with those items on the map and update records and fields to reflect what work was done and their status.
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
Clean design. Simple
Clean Design. Simple
Image in the letters. So for Work have a map over the letters? Clean and simple.
Like these text styles for WorkGIS. Maybe break them up.
Looking for a creative way to show how we work with points on a map, but don't want it to be too literal. The reference attachments reflect the style we like.
The 3 elements we want to be in the design is a map component, an indication of a point or asset on the map, and something that indicates work needs to be done.