The designer designed a logo that is exactly what we wanted. The designer also modified the design multiple times according to our wishes and provided the final files in multiple different formats and colors.
- rot information security
This job went great. Budibosbejo’s designs were exactly what we were looking for. He worked with us on some small changes to make it perfect. Communication was great and he was very responsive. Requested changes were made right away and all were done with great artistic insite.
- Prasaja Tama
Prasaja Tama has produced a very beautiful, original logo. Prasaja is very responsive and tied all the suggestions we requested. It was difficult to choose the final logo because they were all so good. Prasaja was in another contest of mine and I will certainly reach out in the future to Prasaja for future projects.
ENCIK is a great designer to work with. He creates cool designs/logo's and follows the instructions and studies the background of the customer/product.
Also the communication during the project is great!.
GREAT designer to work with!
ASEP# was a true pleasure to work with. Always very responsive, and was great at designing features to match my expectations. Highly recommended!
- Take Charge Security
How tech w started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
BIT Happens IT Solutions
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are an information technology solutions provider, network technicians, PC technicians, ect
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
Attached is our current logo, but we are changing the name to BIT Happens IT Solutions. I have played around with the idea of somehow incorporating the IT with the BIT, but if this is done, it has to be clear viewing the logo that "IT" is separate word from "BIT". After reviewing the designs so far, we have a request. If possible, is there any way to incorporate the shapes into artifacts? Such as cat 5 cables, or something that implies networking, or maybe a laptop, keyboard, mouse, monitor, ect? Basically something that goes with our field.