We originally hired Mr. Jok to rebrand. We then hired him him to do variants of our logo for specific departments in our business. Did a great job! Would certainly use him again.
- steve KE
He did great, I only had a few changes but he was quick to make them and very nice.
Raw is an excellent designer/illustrator! Raw is willing to make changes, take creative direction, and work quickly. I would definitely work with Raw again on future projects.
- Billionaire Designs
Very responsive and helpful!
How Baldara.consulting started their logo design journey
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This is for an IT company doing Content Management consulting. The logo is part of a name change and would be used initially on an industry / programming tech blog. It may go on some future business cards/stationary.
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I'm looking for a logo design for a tech blog to be called Fat Glasses. What I'd like is a relatively simple logo and font related to it that could be used separately so I was thinking of something pictorial/abstract.
What I imagined was a 2D or 3D pair of glasses with a changeable aspect for a few blog categories, that either:
- Different category icons could be reflected in the lenses somehow e.g. technology symbols or logos.
- The logo is static but part of it could be colorized (like the Thabble logo)
I should be capable of making modest changes but I lack a good design to begin with :) The easier to update with new icons/colors the better. The glasses don't necessarily have to be pixelated but a tech vibe is good. If you have a different way to achieve that, I'm open to ideas.