WOW! Truly this has been one of the most rewarding experiences to with with Jen! She has been so accommodating and her talent speaks for itself. She is incredibly responsive and has bent over backwards. I would be honored to work with her on future design products!
- horror factory :o
As always, excellent work!
Very effective communication and capacity to innovate!
Banyumili was a great designer to work with. This designer was very professional, produced good work, and really worked with us to create exactly what we wanted.
Incredibly fast response and turnaround! Thank you Fumi64!
Great job and design
How enderzero started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Film production company. Target audience is other film professionals.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Entertainment & The Arts
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Definitely open to color ideas! Not just those 3.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like clean modern design. I like the idea of using two or three complimentary colors and then using different shades of those colors. I particularly like the google material color palette found here: https://material.io/guidelines/style/color.html#
I like sans serif fonts.
My intuition is that the p+d will play a key role in the iconography of the logo. I like the way those two characters are opposite of each other.
Point+Drop Productions is a film production company, but I'd like to avoid any clichéd imagery such as a film reel, film strip, or any kind of water drop. I'd be okay exploring imagery that is involved with fimmaking but do not want it to feel clichéd.
The idea of Point+Drop is about forward momentum, velocity, commitment. A term that snowboarders use to drop into a runway and hit a jump with full commitment. I don't want that literally expressed in the logo but if there is a figurative way to play with the p+d I'd like to explore that.