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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
AJC Games, Inc.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
I'm a videogame designer, offering contract design services.
Web site is http://www.ajcgames.com - no graphics to see yet but will give you a sense of what I do.
My resume might also give you a sense of my skillset and what I offer clients:
One theme I like (see attached materials) is the concept of "Infinite Balance" - as a designer you might know what I mean. You make one word larger, and now it makes the others seem smaller. So you make something else darker to balance the composition, and now it feels heavy. You change the background color to lighten it up, but now part of the logo gets lost. Creativity is an attempt to balance an infinite array of choices. This is especially true in interactive game design.
The Yin/Yang is of personal significance, so something evocative of it (NOT a yin/yang literally, please) or even using a circular form with a sinuous shape dividing it could evoke yin/yang and be cool - but is *not* necessary - I hope not to see all circles, it's just a thought.
I anticipate using the logo on a dark background in most cases (website, business cards) so a dark background (or vignette / border to help it transition) would be good.
My favorite color is blue violet - remember the crayola crayon color? It reminds me of those artificially flavored grape sodas and candies as a kid. Yes, I realize purple is a b*tch to work with in print and onscreen. Again, not a requirement.
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
1) FUN - I make things that are fun. Dragons, dice, space ships - but not gory. If you go with icons/clipart, stay away from guns, grenades, etc. Fantasy violence only, focus on the hero, and on the joy of play.
2) Creativity - I make things that are innovative
3) Videogame-focus (or technology focus as an alternative)
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Image only or image + text. I need graphics - OK to work letters into the logo if it rocks.
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