Saiful designed stationery (business card, letterhead and envelope) to incorporate the new logo that he designed for us. The options he presented were fabulous. We had a hard time picking from the great choices he provided! He has is extremely talented at creating modern, beautiful, eye-catching designs that really embody the brand. We are extremely pleased with his work.
- deborah D6
Excellent designer and very responsive. We love the design!
How deborah D6 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
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We provide complete Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing (MEP) engineering services for any commercial or residential project. Our main target audience is architecture firms.
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I'd like to explore the following colors:
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We are a small, rapidly growing firm that wants to position ourselves as an emerging player to architecture firms.
Our differentiating benefit: We make life easier for clients with fast, dependable service delivered by self-sufficient engineers who love to help them succeed.
Desired logo attributes:
-- Embody differentiating benefit above
-- Very different look than traditional, boring engineering logos – needs to have a strong design aesthetic to appeal to architecture firms
-- Strong, simple, modern (but not flashy/trendy), timeless look
-- No complex, fussy details – must be scalable and look sharp across all mediums online and offline
-- Needs to show professionalism and competence but also have a bit more warmth/appeal/openness than a traditional (i.e. cold, boring) engineering firm to reflect our new branding
-- Prefer one or two colors (no more) – whether one color or two, it must look good in black and white.
-- Logo will be used as a stamp on technical drawings so must look good in 2x2 size - logo should not be extremely linear, either horizontally or vertically.