Georgry is an exceptional designer. He was patient, addressed all of our minor changes, and responded to all messages very quickly. We would definitely use his talents again.
SUPER helpful and took rough broad visual concepts from me to sharp effective concepts from him, and worked through tweaks and requested changes quickly and effectively. I'm VERY happy with the result!
- Rahman 99
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The Orbit logo will used for my company's CRM (customer relationship management) platform. The target audience is our employees, mainly the sales and marketing team. It would be ideal to incorporate elements from our company logo, such as color/style/feeling. The logo will live in a rectangular space so must be formatted with those specifications in mind. We are looking for a more abstract interpretation of the word orbit versus a literal interpretation using planets, outer space, etc.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
The main color in our company logo is Pantone 5265. There are various other shades of blue you can utilize, included as an attachment in this brief. We also employ a few accent colors such as: Pantone 1665, 424, 877 and Cool Gray 1.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Interesting relief aspect
simple, to the point
really interesting use of color and very unique
simple, has a nice sense of movement
We would like the logo to represent a sphere of activity, insights and information. It should have some similarities to our company logo. I've included that as well as the color information in this brief. The logo will live in a rectangular space so must be formatted with those specifications in mind. We are looking for a more abstract interpretation of the word orbit versus a literal interpretation using planets, outer space, etc.