Good quality work, efficient response + always helpful. Thanks!
- S E P H I A
Design was created the first go round with no revisions needed. Followed our request and was able to upload the requested design files within minutes.
Great work, especially liked the after care and attention to detail.
- ibnu sidiq
Great work. Fast and willing to make adjustments above and beyond
How mgo2605 started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
GO FORWARD INSIGHTS
What’s your company slogan?
SIMPLIFY. DEMYSTIFY. GO FORWARD.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Financial coaching. I provide individuals support to achieve their money goals. My targets range from young professionals who need help budgeting to older adults who are planning for retirement or financial security after a personal loss. I have used SIMPLIFY. DEMYSTIFY. GO FORWARD. as a tagline, but I'm not sure I want that in my logo. Also, my company is an LLC, but I'm not sure I need that in the logo - it's officially GO FORWARD INSIGHTS, LLC.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
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 like it's a little whimsical, yet still simple.
Like that it's clean and simple. The curves make it a bit modern and slightly feminine which I like.
Super clear and vivid
I can imagine the simplicity of this on multiple formats like business card, website, etc.
I don't like the all black background - too masculine, but I like how the image, the font, and the font color all support the company name
the image is really stellar - with cat and leaf - but the cursive is too feminine for me
the bird image is cool, but am I supposed to be thinking carrier pigeon?
pretty but not too feminine, clean, contemporary, like the play on the paint drop and crown, don't want this very dark background, but the navy is better than black
My surname is Go, hence Go Forward... so connections there are important. I've attached two images I've been playing with. 1) I liked the traffic light, but some friends thought it wasn't sophisticated enough. 2) The standing-on-money-character had a good "empowered" feeling and was gender neutral - but I couldn't imagine it on a business card because the money looked a little sloppy.