We awarded a winning design to yohpej in Jan 2014. Yohpej initial designs made it clear to us that he thoroughly understood our brief. Although other designers provided a large number of different designs, recognizing that we liked his initial design Yohpej stuck with it and made small adjustments based on our comments, ultimately producing the final winning design. Working with Yohpej was easy and his response was always quick and accurate.
- Garuda Muda
Terrific designer! Very creative and responsive. Keeps working down to the last detail. I highly recommend. ~ Lincoln Strawhun, Attorney at law
Smart Concept were wonderful to deal with, very prompt and efficient in returning messages. They understood our concept and thoughts behind it well. This enabled them to design us a logo with their natural creative flair. Highly recommended.
How JustSayGrr started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
There is no slogan or tagline. I have received some queries as to the significance around the company name. That's an easy answer - it's my birthdate. All the clever names I had originally wanted were already registered businesses in my state so I had to choose something and it was all I could think of that reflected me uniquely.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
My company provides consulting services for SAP software. Specifically we specialize in the warehouse management and procurement (Supply Chain Management) functionalities within SAP. My direct clients are IT managers for large corporations, typically Fortune 1000 size global enterprises. We typically work on projects where the clients are migrating from older, fragmented legacy systems onto SAP, which is a single ERP system that can run every function within the enterprise. We analyze their end-to-end supply chain processes and determine what customizations are required within SAP, or conversely what dysfunctional business processes the client needs to modify to fit industry best practices.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange, Gray. Not all of these need to be used, and I'm open to other complementary colors. I'd like to stay away from red, pink or brown.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The one idea I keep coming back to is to have simply the company name listed as "11-22-70 LLC" in two fonts stacked vertically - on top would be a Braille logo (not obviously human-readable) with a simple clean sans serif font below it. The metaphorically "blind" clients finding clarity with my company. See attached Word document. I'm sure there's something that can be done with the colors, fonts, gradients, texture, etc. But this is the basic idea. In addition to the basic logo I would require company letterhead, a business card layout and a PowerPoint slide template.