Our Committee was very happy! As we all know, dealing with a committee and waiting for everyone to get together to make a decision can take some time and can also be frustrating. Wysek was very patient with us and worked with my Committee every time they suggested or wanted a change.
I personally look forward to working with this designer again in the future. Great job Wysek!!
- Ricky AsamManis
Ricky was a pleasure to work with. He's skilled in taking my textual explanations and turning it into an awesome logo.
PhoBoss = Wow! I came into this process looking to give a face to something that I have been working toward for the better part of a decade, and even longer in other aspects, and had a very specific vision for what I needed the logo design to represent.
PhoBoss was able to make sense of a complicated brief and produce a simple, powerful, and accurate interpretation of everything that I wanted. Pleasant to converse with regarding alterations, passionate about finding the best vision for the customer, and extremely helpful regarding the process on a whole, I can not speak highly enough of my designer, other than to say, I have initiated steps to make his design the face of my life's work - and that's saying something. PhoBoss is the boss!
How Mkassing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tame your monster
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This is NOT your mother's insurance company; we want your mom's insurance company to cross to the other side of the road when it sees us strutting down the road. We want other insurance companies to pee on themselves a little when we walk by.
We are in need of a logo that we can brand via the internet and a small bit into the print world for a new insurance company startup out of California. The logo is for InsuranceMonster.com and should have some sort of groovy awesome winning monster associated with it. Some of the thoughts around the tag line are; "Tame your monster", "Protect your monster", "Insure your monster"....
The monster should be of the 'friendly monster' type. examples 'Muppets', 'Yo Gabba Gabba', 'Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends', etc. A flat, cartoony look is our initial design concept because it would work better as a part of an entire logo that includes text. If its wearing a tie, that would be a plus!
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
We would like the monster to be friendly without being Monsters Inc. type monsters. One of the online commercials we are thinking about uses some sort of Godzilla/ Lock Ness monster. At the end of the day we don't know what we want but we will know when we see it.
Extra points will be awarded for those that sneak up on us (in a ninja-like style) and bash us over the head with WOW. We will need further work under the logo we go with to add other monsters based on the style and further work for a style for the website. We are looking for a holistic branding from form field inputs to logo.