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Old 05-03-2012, 05:24 PM
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Does anyone know if logonerds provides a quality logo. I purchased their Professional Business Logo for only $47 ($37 with a coupon code I found online). This includes:
  • Web Ready Formats
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  • 6 Different Concepts
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When I receive the Concepts I will post them here.
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if it works like any other logo site you will get a load of cr4p and the occasional good one, you then choose the design you like and fine tune it. You will decide you like it, pay, and in a few days change your mind again entirely.

and so it goes on, or is that just me?
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if it works like any other logo site you will get a load of cr4p and the occasional good one, you then choose the design you like and fine tune it. You will decide you like it, pay, and in a few days change your mind again entirely.

and so it goes on, or is that just me?
I agree, also like 48hour logo, if you buy cheap you get cheap, so in order to gain/engage interest from quality designers you need to offer a fair price for them to think it's viable timewise and offer their services.
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I agree, also like 48hour logo, if you buy cheap you get cheap, so in order to gain/engage interest from quality designers you need to offer a fair price for them to think it's viable timewise and offer their services.
I agree with the saying you get what you pay for but their portfolio looks like they do good work.

Look at their portfolio
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I just received their concepts back. Attached is the .jpg of the logos. I told them I wanted the symbols from concept 1, words/font from concept 4 and the color of concept 3. What do you guy thinks?
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i see they cant resist putting a wrench in your logo as well. i had the same problem with alot of them on 48 hour logo.

so i have to wonder am i the only one who has never used a wrench to repair a computer?
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Yea I have never used a wrench but I think it is the first thing someone thinks about when they see the word repair. Im not quite sure what 5 was supposed to be nor 6 except I see the wrench.
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I agree about the wrench.

While it seems like it's the universal symbol for "repair" it just doesn't speak "computer repair" to me. LOL

Brandon, based on your own initial thoughts on the concepts I threw this together really quick just to give you an idea of what the final logo might look like. Plus I swapped out the wrench for something a little more suitable.



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Hey Simon I really like that actually. Hopefull theirs looks as good.
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Sure, if you want to have the usb rather than the wrench here is the usb dongle as a transparent PNG. You can use it royalty free. It's one of my own vector images that i created. You can simply right click, "save picture as", send it to logonerds and make the request.



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