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How naomiN started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Primary NYC Summit
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a NYC-based venture capital fund, investing in early-stage, NYC-based tech startups. Our target audience is made up of the entrepreneurial community in NYC and the venture capital community at large.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Designers can use different colors as well, but I would like to incorporate some of the colors from our own branding: #FECD2D, #27A9E1, #0C435B, #4A4B4B, #F2F2F2
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
-The event is really about showcasing what is happening in the NYC tech startup scene. We'll be featuring 40 of NYC's up-and-coming tech startups, and bringing other VCs to NYC to network with those companies and local investors.
-NYC is really the focal point of the event, and should be front and center in all branding. We'd also like to include some light Primary branding (see http://www.primary.vc) that makes us recognizable as being behind the event, but the focus should really be on NYC.
-Here's a link (https://summit.upfront.com/) to the most comparable event, focused on LA tech startups and thrown by a well-known VC there. we're basically doing the same thing. you can also check out imagery for techcrunch's disrupt ny event (https://techcrunch.com/event-info/d…t-ny-2017/) as another reference point for big-deal tech events.
-It's a smallish, curated event (180 guests), but significant to both the NYC tech community, and to investors from other cities whom we're trying to impress with NYC's awesomeness. we want it to seem like a big deal, but not like an enormous, open conference available to all.