I found my experience with @mart_p to be very fruitful. @mart_p was creative, thoughtful, responsive, engaging and dilligent. He was very quick to respond to the feedback. I would say almost in real time. I would recommend him to others. I look forward to work with him in future..
We really didn’t know what we wanted for our logo coming into the competition so we had a lot of changes that we were constantly making and heaven.wr was so helpful and made all changes I wanted in a timely fashion. Extremely easy to work with and I am very grateful to have my new logo that I love 😁
How jodi 8K started their logo design journey
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Yes but it's not finalized. You can use "On-demand marketing experts" for now.
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Sound CMO (Chief Marketing Officer) is a company providing experienced marketing leaders on an as-needed basis i.e. part-time, to start-up and growth-mode companies in the technology and professional services verticals.
Sound CMO is based in Seattle, Washington and will focus initial business efforts in Seattle, WA, Portland, OR and San Francisco CA areas.
Sound CMO's business proposition is to help companies bridge the gap between themselves and the customer. They represent the voice of the customer at the decision making table in order to build effective marketing strategies that drive growth and increase revenue.
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Sound CMO has been started by 4 highly experienced marketing professionals who have all been CMO's or VP's of Marketing, and they have all owned and operated successful consulting firms. They are approachable, friendly and warm but they're also wicked smart, and have the expertise to create resounding marketing programs.
Sound CMO will target CEO-level clients so logo needs to be approachable, smart, clever (if possible) and visually understandable.
I've included a few slides from the current pitch deck to give an idea how we're incorporating photography from local Seattle "hot spots". We like the "artsy but approachable" feel the photography adds. However we do not want to use photography in our identity. We have used orange, but this is not mandatory. I think orange is too over-used in brand identities at the moment.