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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
We provide consulting services for all things Internet, Email marketing, SEO, Web development and maintenance, social networking, print design, surveying, etc., providing solutions of any sort that our clients come to us with. We are very responsive, dignified, and have a high end vision for all that we deliver.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
I've attached amateur logo samples (using fonts Requiem and Gotham) and am looking for a simple yet timeless and lasting logo (ie: Sony, Giorgio Armani, Oakley, Bentley, Vertu, Motorola, Bacara).
I want the logo to have both an icon and the company name's text, both of which could be 100% identified with the brand whether shown separate or together (ie: Motorola's circular "M" logo as well as their text, Oakley's "O" loop and their name logo). This logo should look identifiable when both large and small, either online or in print. I prefer the logo to have little to no gradients (prefer none) so the logo translates well across all mediums, whether in color or black and white.
Sometimes brands have signature patterns or prints. It's not a must but coming up with such a pattern on parts of the stationary (ie: back of business card, as seen on my sample upload) would be a design plus. I've included a couple samples of rich colored patterns, but the patterns can also be faint and closer to white as well (like having a very light pattern that can still be visibly and clearly printed or written over).
I've used a lot of orange and grey for colors and am trying to keep the brand style rich and high end, yet I am open to your color recommendations (again, you are the professionals, whatever translates best across all mediums).
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Our clients are enterprise, fortune companies, as well as small businesses, since we service companies large and small, and want to ensure our brand is high end and impressive. Clients are of all types of industries (technology, government, education, aerospace, sales, non-profit, healthcare, law, etc.) so our brand should traverse industries impressively and we should not appear only "techy" or typical in presentation, since we're not "typical" by any means.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
I've mentioned some styles I like. I originally purchased the Requiem and Gotham fonts, since those appeared to be cut well and sophisticated in style, but I'm open to suggestions. Whatever fonts are used should not be clearly linked to other major brands and confuse the viewer, but should still be high end in style and presentation. Whatever font is used for the logo, I'd hope to find the font for purchase somewhere and that its alphabet and characters are all available so they can be used for other materials in the future (and not simply letters for the logo only).
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Prefer not to have any gradients, no overly typical tech-type logos and shapes, swirls, spheres, streaks, nothing that when you look at it makes you think "oh, another tech firm" and doesn't set you apart from the crowd. If revisable, I'll add to this as I see comps coming in, but I hope my details thus far have been clear in helping everyone create a simple, high end, impressionable, lasting identity (nothing overly complex or frilly).
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