The standard and quality of work presented is exceptional. It is not easy to 'interpret' one's needs from a few descriptive words and a few colour ideas. This designer took the time to THINK about what was being asked for and delivered a stunning logo within hours. Highly recommended.
- mark i6
excellent - clean work
The design matched what I was hoping for and I was happy when I saw it.
- John Mendol *
The most Creative Designer of this contest, and Excellent services.... Thanks again!
We're very happy with Ababil's design for the OUI community. He was incredibly quick and responsive to our small edits.
- mtucker x
How mark 6J started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
TelStrong provides small to medium business with best of breed business phones, Internet, network infrastructure and network Security. Often we are not the cheapest solution available, but we are always the best value. We can provide a full network infrastructure design and implementation including security and telephones. Our solutions can scale to any size business but our ideal customers are 20-250 people. We have customers in Automotive Sales, Financial, Insurance and other verticals.
We of course provide telephone systems but that's not all. The company name TelStrong kind of type casts us as a telephone re-seller, we would rather people think telecommunications, voip, security, etc.
We need something that conveys Strength and security but don't want something that looks like a Gym logo.
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
Unless it is very subtle, I would rather not use an image of a telephone or handset. Think
telecommunications, instead of telephone.
The full name of the company is TelStrong Business Communications LLC. I would like it if we could get "Business Communications" in the logo without it looking too crowded, but we will rely on your judgement. (please see existing logo at http://telstrong.com) On the other hand, simple may be best.
I like the idea of a two part logo (pictorial or abstract mark) with a symbol that we can break out and use for social media (something that works in twitter/fb as an avatar). Our current logo looks okay (okay maybe an overstatement) on letterhead and biz cards but can’t be used for social media because the dimensions don’t work.