Amazing Logo, We are very excited to start using it.
Thank you. We could not be happier with our first "contest" results on 99 designs.
Kri5tin did an awesome job on this project. She really captured and helped me expand on what I was looking for. She not only designed the logo and business card, but expanded it to include a stationary design as well.
Thanks to her I am ready for any media needs that will come up!
Thanks so much!
ManuRocks was great to work with; he was quick with his responses and changes that I'd requested. He was really the only designer that engaged in conversation with me about what I needed. I'll be asking him to do more work for us.
Very talented designer!
Strike is a pro who works quickly and is very responsive.
How Nicksharples started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
CrisisVu (with capitalised C and V) is the company and http://www.CrisisVu.com will be the website. The logo is just for CrisisVu, but please be aware that it will need to work on the web.
CrisisVu is a crisis visualisation software tool that aggregates content from the net (Tweets, blog posts, news items, Facebook posts, articles, reviews and comments) and portrays them in a visual form so that crisis managers can identify a crisis developing, building and spreading across the net. See attached illustration of what the UI might look like.
The tool will be used by those in agencies, companies, government departments, etc. tasked with managing reputation online and resolving crises.
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
CrisisVu uses cutting edge technology and the logo should reflect this. The target audience is sophisticated so the logo should be mature and certainly not humorous or frivolous.
Please avoid trite or stereotyped images or representations of crisis - so no pictures of explosions, fires, crashes, etc. Similarly, I am not keen on images of eyes to represent the Vu part of the title, unless very subtle and understated.
As CrisisVu will draw on content from all current online platforms and channels, if you are going down the route of Web 2.0 style the logo should not look too much like any one particular channel or platform - generic is fine.
CrisisVu has a capitalised C and V - I am not averse to these being emphasised if going down the Wordmark style of logo.