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About Your Company
We are a communications company that provides GIG internet speeds, phone, TV and security services to residential customers in Arkansas. Our target audiences are families who stream movies and TV over the internet, work at home, have kids who do homework and school work from home, have several connected internet devices in their home and need a strong and reliable internet connection to stay connected to the things that matter most to them.
Screen / Digital
Preferred Logo Style
Image + Text
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Top 3 Things
Fast, Fun, Reliable
We recently designed a logo for this project (attached) with the name "Right Broadband" and had settled on the below design with the gradient bar wrapping around the random dots around the "R" in Right - and we loved it. But, we have hit two snags regarding the logo that we settled on: 1) We have since changed the term from "Broadband" to "Fiber" after a research project told us that Fiber was a stronger word in consumer minds and 2) Hey Google came out with a logo that we feel was too similar to the version we had and we obviously don't want to be too close to looking like Google. So the challenge here is to create a logo that represents what we loved about the "Right Broadband" logo - the randomness and fun of the multi-colored circles (circles that show the shape of an actual fiber line colors that encompass the rainbow that fiber optics represent), but all encompassed in a structured gradient line that made it seem less chaotic and busy - all without looking like Google. A few things to note: Please keep in mind that we have to have "by Ritter Communications" very small as sort of disclaimer to the logo and the RightFiber needs to be in Futura Bold with a combination of one of the words being in black and the other word being in PMS285 which is our main brand color. The "by Right Communications" needs to be in Sinkin Sans thin which is an Adobe font.