Re-hired Cinj for more work. He's the best and so easy to work with. Highly highly recommended!
Responsive, quick, talented, and professional.
Darkos did a great job helping us discover our new brand. He competed against a large contingent of premium designers and his design approach stood out from all the rest, right from the beginning of the contest. Once selected Darkos was very responsive and accommodating.
quick and what i asked for
KisaDesign was attentive, flexible, and fast. I loved the different variations presented, quick response to my questions and ideas, and the incredible final product. Exceeded my expectations and delivered like a super-pro. Thank you!
thanks a lot for our great Logo and all the changes you made many times to make it perfect! Well done and big thanks from everyone in New Zealand
How Feiko@VA started their logo design journey
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We need a logo design for a new company called VoltAmpère. We are an electrical engineering consultancy that provides testing and commissioning services to high voltage substations in the Netherlands.
The logo will be used in branding (business cards/documents, websites, clothing, etc.)
Our target audience includes: large national and international energy companies, subcontractors in the energy field, electrical engineers, companies involved in high voltage systems and networks.
The design should communicate professionalism to the target audience. A design that can also communicate a relationship to the energy (electrical engineering/high voltage) field is preferred.
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Business & Consulting
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Update: We've been seeing a lot of interesting designs involving lightning bolts/high voltage warning symbols, but we would like to see some alternative design options involving other high voltage components (i.e. pylons, high tension wires, transformers, etc.) Thanks to everyone who has submitted so far!