He[art] was very fast to respond and take direction. They followed brief while pushing a little further to get an ideal design. There were a few minor design details lost in translation but nothing big, and I think they can improve by pushing variety a little more themselves without sticking too much to the script. The customer is not always right :-). Would work with again.
I needed a revision to a product insert. As always, Mallarti created a beautiful result. I often need a quick turnaround and this time was no different. Mallarti completed the work ahead of schedule. Equally important, Mallarti is always a pleasure to work with! Thank you!
This designer & logo was chosen because they played to their strengths and stayed original. Definitely conveyed what we wanted.
- hensem ®
Very pleased with this designer. They were able to understand what we were looking for and worked very well on any changes. Would definitely recommend this designer!
How kkuhl05 started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a learning, development, and coaching program for technology professionals and students of technology. We aim firstly to meet their professional goals and to help them develop skills they desire. We also help them discover how to apply their passions and creative pursuits to their work.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
the simple and abstract nature.
the tiny detail in the worm
colors and the lines
dark theme with color
the colors and the geometry
straight lines and the juxtaposition of the splashes of color underneath
symmetry and the lettering
A multiplexer is a type of logic circuit that takes in a bunch of inputs and decides which one to use based on signals. I was hoping, stylistically of course, that could be incorporated into the logo somehow. It can sort of look like an "m". I just want to get across making complexity into a unified signal. I like solids or subtle gradients, but of course am open to suggestion.