What an incredible pleasure to work with hkdesign! So creative and extremely responsive and professional. We are so happy with our final logo!
Showed something different than what everyone else was doing, made revisions when I asked and suggestions when I wasn't sure what was needed. Thank you for a great design!
- rumah creare
The process went smoothly as rumah creare was already open to changes, no matter how minor. I truly enjoyed the experience.
Listens to suggestions and creates original work. With little design direction this designer understands what to create on his own. Other designers need to have everything spelled out to them, this person can create something original while understanding what the customer wants.
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We are a full-service architecture firm that designs projects ranging from small renovations to multi-million dollar new construction. We do commercial, hospital, multi-family residential, and hospitality (hotel) projects.
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We are in the process of changing our name from S Squared Architects, LLC to SQD Architects, LLC, because the former is simply too hard to communicate to new clients. We were named 'S Squared" because our last name begins with an S, and there are 2 of us. We are using "SQD" as a shorter version of the previous name, but means the same thing. Attached is our former logo for your information - the new logo does not have to have any relation to the previous one. What we don't like about the former logo: the "S" font is too common, we don't like the squiggle, it isn't grounded (floating). The new logo should be professional, easy to read, but also memorable. We want the new logo to imply that we are a larger firm than just 2 people. The new logo can include "LLC", but if it does, the LLC should be fairly inconspicuous. If you want to learn more about our firm, visit our website at http://www.s2archs.com.