densus99 was great to work with. I was provided with several fantastic designs that were all within the scope of my project. Any modifications that I requested were handled very promptly.
- ddavis N
Very professional and responsive. We got something really nice very fast! Thank you!
Great service and very quick to respond
RichardasR was great to work with, made updates quickly as requested and I'm really happy with the final design.
Very creative designs and worked really hard to continue to provide revisions until we finally found the right design. Easy to communicate with and work with.
How hmurakam started their logo design journey
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide tools and services for mobile web game developers.
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
The company name is Tombo, which means "dragonfly" in Japanese.
We would like the logo to evoke images of a dragonfly via an abstract representation. The logo could possible suggest a "T" character for the initial of the company name, but this is not a requirement, and is secondary to the dragonfly requirement.
(However, we do not want the company name to be spelled out in the logo)
The logo should work as an "icon" - that is, it should look natural and unforced when used within an iPhone icon. This might mean that the logo is relatively even in height and width (but perhaps not necessarily so).
The logo should be simple, clean, and minimal, much like the SquareUI and Palantir logos (uploaded) which use a set of clean, simple lines to form strong, evocative images. The lines should be clear and bold. They should not be "fluid" and sensitive like: http://todaysillustrations.com/1024…na-127.jpg