I am very happy with this designer through the entire process. He was very patient with me and made every adjustment requested quickly. I will look up this designer for future projects.
- mario pf
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Graphica did an outstanding job incorporating our feedback to create a beautiful design for our new company. We are very pleased with her work and enthusiastically recommend her.
They were right on target with the image, font and colors we needed
- Witchcraft Design
We were really impressed with the work that Witchcraft Design did for us. She was great to work with.
How iSaaSint started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
My company name "iSaaSint" and some resemblance merging businesses and/or workflows with the cloud. I'm trying to merge companies with the cloud so something to that effect. Yes my company name starts with a lower case i and has two capital S's in the name.
What’s your company slogan?
First of all, I'm open to suggestions. I have some in mind 1) "Your partner in the cloud", or 2) "Your partner in IT", or 3) Your cloud partner, or finally 4) Cloud Partner I'm leaning towards 2 because this will be a full service company that will have technical services and retail capabilities.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
iSaaSint: My company name is basically an acronym of what I do (I know, I know very unoriginal but it's my name and I'm sticking to it). It is a combination of IaaS (pronounced eye-as rhymes with jazz) SaaS (pronounced sazz - rhymes with jazz) and Integration. Most people in the technology world know what IaaS and SaaS are but in case you are wondering it stands for Infrastructure as a Service, and Software as a Service respectively. If you're still confused think of IaaS as a business renting cloud based servers on a monthly subscription instead of actually having a server on premises; think of SaaS as a business paying for Office 365 monthly subscription instead of buying Office 2012.
WHAT WE (plan to) DO: As more and more small to medium sized businesses move from on premises hardware (servers, etc) or software (Office 2012) and shift towards IaaS and SaaS there is a growing market for companies that can help bring clients into the cloud based services. Our goal is to become the leader in moving companies into the cloud by integrating their IaaS and SaaS with their current workflow and business environment.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Two types of people I want to market my company towards: 1) IT Professionals working for a small to medium sized business looking for a partner to help them migrate to IaaS and SaaS. 2) Value added retailers (such as Blank Technologies) that sell products and services to businesses but may not have a dedicated staff that can help a client move to the cloud (essentially they would subcontract the work to my company).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Light neutrals: Purity, balance and sophistication.
Aquas: Empathy, compassion, clarity and precision.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
RATINGS SO FAR: Of the first 17 designs if I haven't rated a design it's because I like it. Everything I've rated at this point are the logos that probably won't make the cut. The number one reason for 1 star TOO MANY COLORS followed by TOO BUSY. Of the first 17 if I haven't rated the logo it is because I can't decide if it is a 3/4 or a 4/5. At this point not being rated is a good thing!
I attached some logos I like. I really like SoundCloud's logo. It merges a sound bar look with a cloud. I also like Cisco's logo because it is like networking connectivity bars but it is actually the Golden Gate Bridge. Twitter's logo is something I also like, simple and a play on "A little birdie told me". Great logos. NOTE: I added the project managment flow chart to show one designer what I meant in private chat.
I prefer a single color, simple, and elegant design. I don't like noisy or intricate logos. I prefer one color but will entertain two (side note I worked for a printing company and so I always liked working with companies that had a single color simple logo while I absolutely hated 4 color logos with color transitions and lots of extra jazz going on).
Favorite logo color is blue and in the PMS color code my favorite blues are (in order of preference):