Absolutely stoked with kansept. Helpful in every way possible and an very good designer! Highly reccomended
He was great, responsive, and designed a great logo that had all my ideas in mind.
Amazing person to work with. This logo was the second one from the Italian designer and I am extremely satisfied.
- Adam Nada
Great designer! No complaints whatsoever. Very patient with all of my requests.
- * Syakira G
Syakira G was motivated, responsive and most importantly creative. The rebranding of my company has now given me the confidence to portray professionalism, with a sharp contemporary edge. She was available to answer any of my questions and seemed to have an answer to everything. Syakira G work was above and beyond any of my initial expectations; without a hitch. Thank you Syakira G.
How Ashleyp634 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
No Limits Consulting
What’s your company slogan?
Specialists in business process improvement, software testing and payroll consulting
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a consulting company. We specialise in payroll consulting, software testing and are also a software reseller. We are located in New Zealand. We work with both government agencies and with Fortune 500 companies to make their HR and payroll sections run more effectively and efficiently. For a more complete bio, please check out our “About Us” page at http://www.nolimitsconsulting.co.nz. Please note, our website update is to follow our logo update.
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
We are looking to update and modernize our current brand image. Concerning graphics, we like puzzle pieces, gears and the NZ shape. It would be nice to have a graphic in the logo that can be used on its own in a small space where the logo doesn't fit (i.e., power point and letterhead). In the attached graphics we like:
-TCF: we like the NZ shape behind it...maybe in dots or puzzle pieces or gears
-Telecom: we like that you know its Telecom just by looking at the star...plus it gives you a condensed graphic to fit in a small space if you can't fit the whole logo with the company name
-Guitar Studio: we like the spacing of the logo, not too long, not too tall
-Ben.Geek.NZ: not sure what we like, but just really like it
Salka-like the idea of having the globe with NZ highlighted
-with the other three logos, we like the graphics, not the font or colors
*we are also interested in the possibility of including NLC in some sort of graphical representation within the logo so that we have expanded verbiage capabilities with marketing.