One of the first designs that just couldn’t be beat.
Simple but elegant design.
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Alvaro was professional, responsive, creative, receptive to feedback, and did an outstanding job. I'd work with him again and highly recommend his services.
Great designs with prompt responses to various amendments, would highly recommend! Thank you
How clientsq started their logo design journey
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I coach tech startup founder/CEO's in Sillicon Valley between ages of 28 and 38 on how to become extraordinary leaders. My clients are some of the smartest technology innovators in the world and depend on my coaching to make up for the fact that they do not have years of life experinece and wisdom to draw on.
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I like how unique, simple, and minimal it is.
I like the abstraction of the worm as well as the kerning of the text.
A good use of many colors without making it "colorful". I like the reference to sacred geometry. The font is to thin to read, it is not legible enough for me.
The abstraction and unique way to create a rainbow.
The head hidden in the horns illustrates how important negative space is in a logo.
The abstract way of working with the infinity sign and transitioning colors. I like the bold font. I don't like that the graphic is larger than the text area.
Font and disintegration of the bird. looks cool.
I like the font most.
I coach tech startup CEO's in Silicon Valley between ages of 28 and 38 on how to become an extraordinary leader. I am 48, and used to be a tech startup CEO, so while it is important that the design speaks to a 32 year old cool startup executive in San Francisco, they are hiring me because I am older and wiser than them. So the logo has to have more of a timeless quality than a trendy quality. I think the design principals taught in the documentary called "Helvetica" explain how to do timeless, yet young, yet wise. Here are some ideas. If you were to design a logo for Albert Einstein, or Nikoli Tesla, or a 70-year-old Japanese Zen monk. Or Obama if he were teaching leadership to younger executives. You can play with arrows, the infinity sign if you want something to start with.
THE PRIMARY USE FOR THE LOGO WILL BE ON THE WEBSITE AND PODCAST AND YOUTUBE PAGES. So it is important to me that it fit in nicely in a horazontal space like the navigation bar of a website.