Rukawa was professional, responsive to my needs as a business owner with a vision, and gave my company a fresh, clean, and really awesome new logo. Thank you Rukawa. You have a great career ahead of you. I am putting this logo EVERYWHERE!!
The designer created something beautiful from the design brief.
- sheila's artwork
Another successful 99designs logo! Sheila's artwork was timely with modifications during the selection and provided multiple interpretations which allowed her work to stand out.
It was a great experience working with Hayila. He responded quickly and assured us that he'd make refinements until we were happy with our design--and he did! Thank you, Hayila, for making this process so quick and easy, even though we had so many requests.
Everything looks great thank you so much for going above and beyond!
How dino.florjancic started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Data acquisition instrument for converting the analog signal from sensors (accelerometers, gyroscopes, force sensors etc.) to useful data on the computer screen. We produce instruments (hardware), but the product ships with software from http://www.dewesoft.com - it is a parent company which focuses on big customers like car manufacturers, while our target customers are startups, small companies, Kickstarter projects that design and manufacture electro-mechanical systems like electric skateboards, drones etc. Monodaq brand needs to clearly distinguish itself from the Dewesoft brand. However, the two brands should be somehow connected - that is why we chose orange colors at the beginning (please take a good look at Dewesoft webpage).
DAQ stands for Data Acquisition (our industry)
mono stands for single, one - initially, we wanted to sell only single channel DAQ systems (only one sensor per device) and we chose this name. Later we decided that also multi-channel systems might be produced and sold, but we liked the name so we kept it.
The name can be written in the following ways:
It depends on the implementation in the overall design what we would prefer, but in general we are in favour of slightly separating "mono" and "daq". Surprise us with this one.
The main feature of our product is that it is extremely easy to use, despite the high level of technology involved. Plug-and-play: plug in the sensor, connect the device to your laptop, open the software and already you can perform your measurement, without much additional setup time.
For your inspiration: it would be nice to somehow include a symbol from our industry (signal processing, data acquisition, sensors etc.). But be careful because a lot of our competitors/partners have some kind of signal representation in their logo. The most common symbol in the industry is probably the waveform (google "waveform"), but there are many more. Try to google pictures for "analog" or "analog to digital" etc.
EDIT#1: do not implement wireless signals symbols since our business is more in the wired signals.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Oranges: Creativity, adventure and happiness.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
Light neutrals: Purity, balance and sophistication.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Attached renderings show some prototypes of our first product under the monodaq brand. But later we decided that the color scheme should be similar to Dewesoft colors (http://www.dewesoft.com) - so orange, black, grey (hence the last pictures in those colors). We are also attaching the Dewesoft brand guide.
- we are looking for a clean design
- logo must be suitable for printing as well as for sewing on a T-shirt
- appropriate for small and large prints
- should allow two color variations for printing on a dark and bright background