Incredible as usual. One of the best designers we have had the pleasure of working with. Consistent, dependable, and just "gets it" when it comes to a clean and professional design.
- Z E S T Y
just what I was looking for, perfect
JONGO$ did a wonderful job for me--not only did I receive a wonderful concept but JONGO$ stayed flexible and creative throughout the process. JONGO$ was super responsive throughout the process and provided me with exceptional customer service--which is a big part of why I chose his design. Thank you!
- j c
Much appreciation for all of the work, edits, requests, etc. Thanks!
How Da7674022 started their logo design journey
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Your Peace of Mind Is Our Business
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We provide protection from threats such as ID Theft, Roadside Emergencies, Legal Problems, Health Issues, Financial Challenges and more. Threat Shield is just that, a shield against threats that face today's individuals and/or families. We provide what we refer to as "Integrated Protection", which is a bundled group of protection services supplied by the same provider, versus the traditional approach of having to choose a provider for each protection, or just going unprotected in many areas. We are also a value choice in that our suite of products costs as much or less than a single benefit from our competitors.
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We want to communicate in our logo that we are Shielding our clients from threats that are coming at them. we want to depict the protection of a family, which is way we have the three 'stick figures' in one of the drawings. Ideally we would have the Stick Figure concept either as a separate logo or incorporated to the left of the "LEGAL SHIELD" as the Image part of the logo. NOTE: I like the Verizon "Check Mark" image above the Verizon logo as a possible pattern for the "Deflected Threat" Image