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LET ME TELL YOU ABOUT US:
kagii.com is my personal site. Its actually kgii, with a macron diacritic mark over the 'a'. Pronounced like the letters "K-G", which are my initials. 5 letter domain, easy to type, looks quasi fancy but is also kind of a joke. It works. Anyway, I do computer consulting and whatnot. Will be doing some presentations soon, and have a couple interviews coming up, so I want a modern professional logo. Web 2.0-ish, but not too serious. I have a huge preference for business cards with round corners. Not sure why.
HERE IS WHAT WE NEED:
Logo needs to have the macron 'a', . Otherwise its pronounced wrong (I'm sure it will be anyway, which is intended, so i can correct and sort of make the joke obvious). Web 2.0 ish logo. Nothing crazy. It should look professional, but I'm trying to make it obvious that I'm not pretending to be a large consulting operation. I think that ruins your image. Its like you're insulting people's intelligence. Maybe do something fancy with the 'ii' at the end (obviously a slight rip on the "Wii"). I don't know. That's what I pay you for. Ideas. I'm thinking green ish, but any thoughts welcome.
As mentioned, really dig round cornered cards.
OUR TARGET AUDIENCE IS:
Half business people. Half tech people. If it was just business people, I'd be a little more serious. You can be, and are expected to be, a little "geeky" if you're a tech person. If you show up in a suit, people start to think you're not so good on the tech stuff. However, many tech people take the "geek" thing too far. I find it more stressful, actually. Just wearing a suit is easy. You don't have to think about it much. Anyway, business and tech. Its probably not 50/50. More like 30 bus, 70 tech. Oh, well, if I meet a girl out. So, 25 bus, 60 tech, 15 women at bars.
WE LIKE THESE DESIGNS:
I don't have anything now. I'll try to get back to this.
WE ABSOLUTELY MUST HAVE (or we don't want to see) THIS IN OUR DESIGN:
Not too much here right now. No silly cartoon characters, unless its really, really good.
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