Great designs and listens to feedback perfectly. Highly recommend
Great designer, with great communication. Came close to what I had in mind right away, and was accommodating and responsive in the final round of refinements. Would work with again.
- A Lively Experiment
How Travel Mobile started their logo design journey
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Business: We are selling prepaid mobile phone service and SIM cards to visitors to the United States from other countries. This service is currently launching in Brazil, China and Taiwan. It will likely expand to Western Europe in the future. Consumers must have an unlocked GSM phone so they can insert the SIM chip from the U.S. carrier we are selling. We are delivering our offering via our transaction enabled website (http://www.travelmobile.biz) in each country's native language.
Industry and Competitors: Wireless telecom. There are a number of websites that sell prepaid SIM cards and provide recharge capability. Most are only in English and only deliver to U.S. shipping addresses. We are delivering our SIMs to the consumer in their home country and allowing them to pre-schedule the service activation well in advance of their travel.
Target Audience: The international traveler, including both individuals working with travel agents and tour operators and corporations with large numbers of employees traveling to the US.
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The logo should scale up and down easily - if it has lots of detail in image, there needs to be a low-rez version that's still recognisably the same logo. Ideally it (or at least the image part) should be able to scale down to 16x16 px for a favicon (the little icon in browser address bar and tabs).
This logo will be used in multiple languages, including Chinese, so the image part should not incorporate the business name or its initials directly - the text needs to stand alone so it can be translated.