I am very happy with the design I ended up with. The designer created a great first draft and then was very accommodating of my comments and kept adjusting the logo until it was exactly what I wanted. Well worth while.
Dinodes designed my logo and with that, laid out my business cards. I'm thrilled with the result, and with his/her responsiveness!
Very creative artist, takes feedback very well, and goes the extra mile. Highly recommended.
- Systematic Chaos
I loved the design Systematic Chaos provided, and also the various design options that were provided to show how the final design was constructed from changes from the original base point. Great working with this designer, flexible and responsive.
How DIGIQ started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Online magazine curating hot cars with eye-popping photos and entertaining editorial.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Please open the attachment to find the website design that will eventually go live on AutoLust.com. The logo needs to fit in with this design. It should be clean and simple and should present a balance between edge and sophistication.
You'll notice that there's a placeholder logo there. We like the idea of using the letters "A" and "L" to create a letter form logo, but the readers need to know that they're on AutoLust.com. We'll leave it up to you to decide on how best to present that information.
You're welcome to redesign the header to fit in with your logo if you choose. You may also design a fluid logo if your creativity leads you there. http://techcrunch.com/ shows an example of a fluid logo (letter form logo extends to show the full name when the user scrolls down the page).
Here are a few logos we like (some of them for the logos themselves, and others for the way that they're presented on the website):