Fantastic working with JNC. They delivered excellent work. Great job!
Great Job!! 👍 very easy to work with. Thank you!
Great work and contact - very good energy!! We definitely stay in touch :-)
- Max K.
Once again, MaxKholod was fantastic to work with, even on a very tight turnaround.
ZoranMijatovic is great to work with. We are very happy we chose his design. He is willing to work with you to make your design very personal and professional.
We were setting up a new holistic health center in the Florida area, and we needed a logo design that reflected who we are and what we do, while still being beautiful, unique and interesting. Lsdes brought great ideas to the table while still being very open to our input and requests. He was patient, professional, fun and super helpful in us ultimately settling on something we love! His clear and patient guidance made what could have been an overwhelming process painless and even inspired. We feel so lucky to have found him and I highly recommend Lsdes for any of your design needs!
How c9m started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
CodeConquest.com is a website that helps visitors learn to code. It provides basic guidelines and helpful tips to help users get started with various programming languages. It is modeled after the novice coder and aims to conquer their coding fears by proving a step by step introduction to coding.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The point I want to convey is conquering your fears of
programming/coding. I've thought about two different logo types, but I
really want to leave this open to the creativity of the designers, but
I will list out my ideas.
1) A viking like character to build a brand around that held a sword
and shield. The shield has a coat of arms with CodeConquest on it and
possibly some 1's and 0's or other common coding characters.
2) A shield with a coat of arms on it that had a clever representation
of coding and our brand name(CodeConquest). Perhaps 4 quadrants with a
1, 0, Code, Conquest each representing a single quadrant.
OR, up to you
3) Anything that represents conquering your fears of coding and
provides a strong brand either through a unique wordmark or character.