Great designer with a wonderful attitude! Would work with them again.
- Ardigo Yada
Ardigo designed our logo and business cards a few months ago. We came back for the creation of a PDF in the same theme, and we love the result.
This project is my third one with Khaled, and as usual, he nailed it. Khaled has been very patient as he was flexible when I decided to postpone the project for a later time. He has a word document questioner ( make sure to fill that out to inform him of things you might not tackle during your brief) that will investigate what I was looking for. Maybe I said it on my previous review, Khaled did his best to give me as many options as possible to get closer to what I was looking for. He also tried to make sure that my design did not face future technical challenges like printing. When Khaled saw a significant shortcoming with a critical aspect of the Logo’s idea, he was capable of pointing it out in a very respectful and gentle manner by giving a convincing rationale to why a different path should be taken to achieve a concept that is inclusive to all my objectives.
Great work and quick response.
Thanks for the communication and quick turnaround
Nice, fast...also with answers and revisions...two thumbs up!
How AxiomForensic started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Axiom Forensic is a forensic engineering firm specializing in traffic accident reconstruction. We work to figure out how motorcycle, car, and tractor-trailer crashes happened, including the speeds of the involved vehicles, where each vehicle was at a certain time, and we also try to determine if the collision was avoidable. Our clients are mainly attorneys, but also insurance companies as well.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Business & Consulting
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I personally am an engineer, and therefore like techy / linear / geometrical logos. However, I also understand that my audience is probably a bit more sophisticated / old, being attorneys and what not. Logo should strike some balance between the two, I think.
I like a blue / gray combination but am open to other things as well. I'm looking for a very professional logo that looks like a lot of thought went into it, and has some solid relationship to the company name or what we do. I don't want it to look like a cookie-cutter logo that was pulled from a generic logo-creation site.
Any logo with a magnifying glass will not make the cut :D