Glanyl17 came with a original, out of the box design and worked with me to refine it until I was happy with it. Smart, quick and talented.
- BAY ICE 88
Always Great. No task to small or request to big. He always does his best.
Delighted. our second project with Bethh now and she has been excellent.
Drago was really great to work with. He was very prompt in his work and made all the requested changes correctly and in timely fashion. He is really easy to work with and provides excellent customer service. His work was exceptional and professionally done. He was also very eager to help with anything else that we needed and highly motivated to get the job done to our liking. We will definitely use Drago for our future projects.
How Worlds behind Words started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
WbW (from Worlds behind Words)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We created the company because:
- we love travelling
- want to know about people, their culture, their ideas and what drives them
- we're passionate about language
Worlds behind Words is a company of copywriters.
Our tagline is: We translate your ideas.
The philosophy of Worlds behind Words is based on the semantic triangle:
language - ideas - world/representation.
We offer linguistic excellence and proficiency (in Dutch and English).
To do this we translate good ideas into clear, structured language for a target audience (clients, contacts or employees).
We approach ideas threefold:
- thinking together, researching and working out a concept/content.
- writing out or altering the words that form ideas.
- technical support to distribute those ideas through different communication channels.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Business & Consulting
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
You're free to suggest any logo that refers to language (or writing)/ideas/world.
Our first idea was a big fountain pen tip (which symbolises the writing).
In that tip (so physically written on the fountain pens metal tip) is a globe with a planetary ring.The globe contains our initials 'WbW' (note the lower case b).
This is just to give you an idea, but evidently all other suggestions are welcome.