website. You will receive a questionnaire to complete about what you are looking for and send it back.
He also let me know the best way for us to communicate with each other so we remained on the same page with everything.
Michael presented a number of designs that out of the box were right on target of classic, crisp, and clean looking. It was hard to narrow down the favorites.
One concept was to me, bold, strong and a bit modern looking instead of understated. Not what I would normally select. I put it aside concentrating on the others until I went back and reviewed a question he had asked and my answer which was build a "brand".
I feel there is a difference between a business logo and branding. I may be wrong on that; who knows.
I think Michael designed all of them looking further into the future than I did. In the end the bolder, modern, yet, still easy on the eyes logo won out as the primary choice. The more I look at it, the more possibilities I see.
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