Great working with RedPixell to create a visually stunning re-design of our existing logo. Plenty of ideas and variations along the way!
- Somesh Selvachandran
Very good designer, we felt he had took the time to review all the comments and other logos before presenting his work. The design was exactly what we envision. Work well, quickly and very responsive.
He has strong design skills and was very accommodating with making sure that he was giving me all the design aspects that I needed. He was great to work with! I would highly recommend him!
Very responsive and provided several iterations until we got it just right! I recommend him for any company looking to get a well designed logo.
How GM Consult started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a company of professionals providing consulting services in the health care management and public transport fields. Our skills include:
1. project management;
2. transport planning;
3. health care management;
4. change management;
5. information technology solutions (we develop collaboration software).
Our target audience is state and federal government organisations and large infrastructure companies.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
Dark Blue (see current logo)
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Please concentrate on logos that are a graphic mark rather than containing the words GM Consult. Also, I would like something in the style of Windows 8 Start Screen application panels. Please see the blue Sp2010Web logo at http://99designs.com.au/logo-design that I recently commissioned for design cues.
The logo should be simple so it scales well - it could be used from 16x16 pixel icons to poster size. Again, see Windows 8 start screen and the SP2010Web logo referred to above.
The company's exiting website is at http://www.gmconsult.com.au. The website is out of date and the styling is due for a refresh. The logo is the first step on that path.