Matt did a great job and was super responsive to what I wanted even though he had no competition. He's an honest guy and a hard worker who delivers on his promises. Can't recommend him enough.
Responsive and great to work with
Great work, very responsive and the outcome is just what I was looking for.
We were delighted with the entire process. We received so many wonderful designs that it was hard to chose just one. We chose Cantinka's because we felt that she managed to capture the mood, the energy and the message that we wanted our logo to convey. Thank you!
Lucky man is great to work with, after the contest finished we worked together to fine tune the design so we got exactly what we wanted. The finished design is awsome and really captures what our brand and products are about. The work was carried out fast and we appreciate this a lot as it was an urgent undertaking. Thanks again. Excellent work
How Louis XIV started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
DIT, or Deep Imaging Technologies, or eEM (tm)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
DIT is a startup aimed at bringing new technology-- enhanced electromagnetics (which we cal eEM (tm))-- to the imaging of the subsurface on land. The major applications are in the oil & gas industry: exploration in new areas, fracking, and reservoir management. It will also be used in mining, geothermal, and viewing acquifers. eEM works by sending an electromagnetic wave into the ground and picking up signals from it over a large area that are affected by the deposits or other anomalies deep underground. Usually, a single source generates the wave; the signals from it are picked up by dozens of receivers that are deployed in an array on the surface. The data captured by the receivers is then processed by large computers to form a two-dimensional, or even a three dimensional image of the underground. We sell these images.
Our target is geologists and geophysicists who work for oil, mining, or environmental companies.
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
Don't get scared by the equations in the documents above. Just look at the one or two electromagnetic wave diagrams to give you a feel for what they look like. (I would have cut them out but couln't find a way to copy just them.)
If that doesn't help, just go with the image that comes to you from the words I used above to describe what we are doing.