I love my logo and mj was very committed to the project.
I was very impressed with the quality of work of this designer. He was extremely professional and very flexible with regards to my requests. He also put a lot of effort in giving a lot of variety when submitting designs. I'll gladly work with him again, and am extremely happy with our logo he designed.
How Christarr21 started their logo design journey
We use a proprietary process and system to collect data on thousands of private companies, aggregate this data together, and then present it to investors and venture capitalists looking for the next great startup. Think about your credit rating. Now imaging every private company having a momentum index, rating how much momentum they have. The next great startups emerge. Imagine finding facebook when it was still small and emerging. We collect and correlate data to show "Who's Taking Off", "Who will Need Money", and "Where the Hotshot People are Going". We use this data to drive traffic and then sell the data to the people who fund and buy companies.
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Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
This logo is for use in a new media Internet business targetting venture capitalists, investors, financial institutions, and startup executives.
Attached are two images to review. One depicts imagery representative of key messaging. Combine your ideas on ways to depict these key concepts in a simple visual logo for "Momentum Index". The second image shows four existing logos that have one or more of these messages in them and they may help you in generating ideas.
Remember this is an Internet Media business. The look should be professional, but not feel like an enterprise software company. The information we release is controversial, so logos that are professional, current, and a bit edgy are good.
Make sure your logo is mostly horizonal in aspect, not too vertical. It must be used as an element in the header of a web site and the words "Momentum Index" must be clear and easy to read. Two separate versions, b/w and color are fine. Avoid gaudy, but make it memorable.