working on a project for a software consultancy company, they work with mid-size businesses and help them grow. More info soon, i think that this concept is a good representation of what they want to achieve, please let me know if you guys spotted anything too close to this...fingers crossed :))
Different color scheme in the attachement.
about 1 year ago
Similar to this, but I'm cool with it. http://logopond.com/gallery/detail/43104
Nice logo, who cares what it looks like. :)
I think it's impossible these days to create something truly original that no one else ever thought about. And while originality should be a quest, it's not the main quest. If the logo you create is representative for the company, it works for them and it conveys the values or image they need ... then it's a good logo and you should consider altering it only if you find something 90% the same ... and that's just to avoid confusion between two brands.
Hi @Roy Smith , hate when this things happen :)) (went back to the drawing board a few times because of these events :) )
see that it was sold and then modified so the similarities stand only in the usage of those dots but the was they are used and i think the whole concept is totally different so guess it's pretty much ok. big thanks :)
@Isaac Grant™ ..glad you like it bud, but we have to be careful that our design is not similar to some other piece, for the clients sake and for our reputation as designers :)
@Radu Vucea yea you are basically right my friend, i totally agree that in this world, and all along the time lots and lots of ideas and concepts were brought to life and knowing all of them is quite impossible, but when there are cases like this one when one uses in a logo mostly basic shapes that are more common, i think that a good way of seeing if your work is safe is to ask through a community like dribbble is :) Cheers and thanks for your opinion.
Similar, but this has a better choice of colours and balance of layout. :)
Love this Florin..
Did you try having bigger circles on the right vs left? just flipping the weight? might give radius of D more distinct shape... dunno, just an idea, maybe doesn't work :P
@Florin Capota I know, but in my world unintentional copying is acceptable. :)
I wouldn't worry about whether or not the concept is totally original. It looks great.
The application of the logo in different circumstances is what will make it unique and memorable...eg: how the logo locks up with the word mark, the size relationship between the logo and content, the color choices, typography, etc.
@superdeluxesam , @Den Parukedonos @Ryan Fernandez thanks for your input; @Isaac Grant™ well having a too close symbol is better to avoid, even if it's unintentional is my opinion :) ;
@Boris Valusek yea I was thinking about this too, the first version had bigger dot in the middle of the D; i really need to convey here a sense of growth and movement, so having the dots bigger on the right side will make the whole thing more natural, thanks!
by Florin Capota
Dotboost is a software consultancy company based in USA involved in the software programming industry since 2005. This is actually a rebranding following their change and transformation as a company. We elaborated a slogan for this rebranding "Grow, Transform, Evolve", which explains the underlying philosophy of their brand: in order to be successful an organization should always have the capability to easily transform and adapt to the market, and they take pride in giving much added-value to their services so that their clients achieve this goal of growth.
The dots from the D mark grow,change color, transform from full circles to outline ones, from thin outline to thick trying to depict the evolution of a software system or that of an organization. Also i tried to create a sense of dynamism and movement also.
For the typography part i used the magnificent Maven Pro by @Joe Prince and made some tweaks to it so that it better suit the wide D mark.
Feedback much appreciated as always!
about 1 year ago
Love it @Florin Capota !
11 months ago
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