Ran out of words for this guy haha. He's a great designer! I highly recommend his work
- Pixoblue Design
Exactly what I was looking for. Great understanding of the concept
Alex was responsive, agile, creative and a pleasure to work with. He understood the brief and thought outside of the obvious creative routes, developing something that felt unique and in keeping with the business and my style. Turnaround time for amemds and responses to communications was also super speedy.
How ferdinand.pons started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
"Saxifrage" is a consulting firm, focusing on working with entrepreneurs on their projects and helping them grow.
What I do:
- validate and optimize ideas
- solve business problems
- define market access strategy for innovations
- advise on financials
- coach entrepreneurs
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Business & Consulting
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The name of my firm has a very precise meaning: "Saxifrage" is a plant growing on rocks and nicknamed "stone-piercer" because of its ability to grow roots through rocks. "Saxifrage", the name of the plant in French, comes from latin: "saxum" the rock, and "frangere", to break. Hence the rock-piercer or rock-breaker.
I chose this symbol because of my focus on solving problems and removing obstacles for my clients. Breaking their rocks, so to speak, so they can move forward.
The plant is thus crucial and has to feature on the logo.
There are many types of "Saxifraga" (just have a look at the images found by Google if you run that search: it's very diverse) and they are not well known from the public so we could use whichever type looks good and fits well in the logo. People would most probably not recognize that the plant is a Saxifraga but it would still provide me with the opportunity of explaining the name "Saxifrage Conseil" in relation to the plant on the logo and my mission of "piercing rocks".
So as long as it somehow resembles a kind of Saxifrage and it looks pretty, I'm happy!