What a great designer! Many of the designers didn't seem to fully read our brief, but pretty much on the first shot he seemed to get what we needed. No other designer was as willing to make adjustments and ask for feedback. Highly recommended!!
- R23 Rully.R
Great job! Out of all designers in the contest, R23 was the best in understanding our brief and creating designs that fit our style and our requirements. Fast turnaround and very good at interpreting our feedback into new design versions. We are happy with the result - it's exactly what we hoped for. Would definitely recommend this designer and will hire again for any future jobs in this category.
b01m was extremely easy to work with and provided us with numerous design revisions throughout the contest. He (or she) was responsive to our ideas and requests and we are delighted with our design. We would highly recommend him for any logo design.
The designer followed our instructions to a "t" and gave us exactly what we requested. Thanks for the great design work!
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The logo will be used for a web based software which helps IT staff in the daily operations of their applications. The software is devided in different modules, such as an application overview (showing the current and planned availability), planning of maintenance windows or contact persons for applications. The software has a clear focus on usability and has extensive collaborative features.
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The software has a strong focus on usability and the logo should reflect that by its clear and clean design. I prefer simple forms. The name "Oprando" is derived from the italian verb "operare" (to operate"), so it could be an idea to include this notion of "operate" or "operations" into the logo. A reference to the Italian roots of the word is not wanted.
I could also imagine going for a mascot-like logo like http://99designs.com/logo-design/store/39015. A dog would be preferred, as it represents the "work" aspect. If you decide to go for a mascot, make sure it is overly simplistic, modern and somewhat funny (but not a cartoon-like figure like Mickey Mouse, please).
I have added a picture of a dog I like for your inspiration.
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