Here's the client journey on crowdspring:
1.The client completed an interactive design brief.
- The brief is customized for each project category.
- The client specifies what they want (and don't want).
- Simple and proven process (takes just a few minutes).
2.Our über-talented designers created dozens of unique designs.
In a typical Logo project on crowdspring, many professional designers submit dozens of custom designs based on your brief. See all designs submitted to this project.
- 220,000+ designers from 195 countries.
- The client reviews & gives feedback.
- Great collaboration tools & free focus groups.
Have questions about custom Logo?Get a free, no obligation design consultation
3.The client picked the winning design and received final files.
After collaborating with multiple designers, the client picked their favorite design, reviewed proofs, requested and received tweaks, and approved final files. The client received high resolution final design files and a signed intellectual property agreement giving the client full ownership to the design.
- Collaborate with the winning designer.
- The designer will implement final adjustments.
- The client receives full intellectual property rights.
Tell us what you need
What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
Software and InfoTech
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
Innovation, Technology, Ubiquity.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
Text, or logo and text, not too busy.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
Senseem is a Start-up Technology company in the IoT (Internet of Things), WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) domain.
Senseem designs, builds and deploys wireless mesh network devices to monitor and control infrastructure for the semi-industrial-consumer market in the areas of agricultural, environmental, and home sensing.
Typical product users are mobile tech. savvy in the market areas listed.
The name is derived from "Sense them" or "Sense'em". As in Sense them all, Sense everything. The idea of the ubiquity is important.
The design should imply the missing inverted coma to denote the 'th', possibly by font or colour change or by some other* method a clever designer might come up with.
*I like designs that incorporate hidden but meaningful elements, for example; the arrow in FedEx logo, the peacock looking right (forward) in the NBC logo. However, it is not an absolutely necessary design requirement to win the prize; its just me thinking out loud. More examples of that hidden idea.
No Files Added