I started my logo contest over a week ago and asked for clean lines and a modern look. Most of the artists gave what I asked for; some were bland and boring, and others were on the right track. What I liked about Nosmo's logo was he took it a step further and went outside of the box by adding color to the logo (even a color I never thought would work for us) and added a modern flare to his design. In doing so, his logo looked original and different than the others designers. Granted, there were a couple other candidates that stood out in our logo design contest, however, Nosmo's design was the best. Thank you Nosmo for your hard work and effort and I look forward to working with you in the future. I am sure you will succeed in your next project. You have great talent and I am sure others will notice it.
DFW Spine & Joint Center Marketing Dept.
We've used this designer for our company's new logo, as well as department logos. Great work, always fast and friendly!
Raz is an excellent designer and communicator. I’m very grateful I was able to work with him on putting a new brand together. He put my client’s Brand vision into action and iterates quickly. He is always responsive to feedback and questions. He took the extra time to make the final design files easy to access and edit. I’ll be seeking to work with him on all my future design projects.
- Aegis Innovators
How Denis Baluev started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a consulting company creating various types of web and mobile applications for small and mid-size enterprises. We use data mining techniques to help our clients find hidden patterns and sequences (that's why 'Sequenia') in their business data. We want our company to be associated with on the edge technologies and new trends in computer science.
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
Think about logos with "hidden" details - like white arrow in FedEx logo, or milk flow between green fields and blue skies in Unimilk logo (see sample logos)