Fantastic design, made amendments very quickly. Easy and friendly to work with. Would defiantly work with this designer again.
- rob K9
How Ksugarek started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a telecommunication company. We install network cabling from telephone wire to long haul fiber optics. We work in refineries, ports, new construction yards, and even small businesses. We will add one computer line for a single user, or we will plan, engineer and build out data centers.
Our target audience is other businesses. We are well known and extremely appreciated by our current customers as having a remarkable "can do" attitude. They tell us what they want done and as crazy as it is, or as impossible as other companies say it is, we get it done.
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 have been pleased with our current logo however it's coming up on 15 years old and doesn't have the classic design that is going to hold up. It's looking dated. We like how the full logo can easily be broken down into an easily recognizable icon as the second image shows.
I'm wide open for any new interpretations, but we chose the current logo for the following reasons, all be it reasons 15 years ago. The letter I being a sort of Greek Doric column represented stability as opposed to the come-and-go handy men that will install cable poorly. The planet represented "world wide" communications, but I'm ready to see that feature go. The red swoosh was trendy as most communications companies had something similar at the time. The red white and blue scheme was just a patriotic quality.
Integrity Communications is a whole lot of letters to work into a design so you can abbreviate it to Comm. or just work it into a subscript like our existing logo.