creative, superb communication and fast adaption to every request we had! 5*
Hantoko was absolutely •amazing• !! I would recommend him 100% to anyone who likes clean and very clever, minimal designs. I love Hantoko's style and his portfolio. I can't believe that I didn't offer a review SIX YEARS AGO - I'm so sorry Hantoko!
SloveT did a great job for us, submitting a whole collection of creative designs, several of which ended up in our final review, despite very stiff competition from many excellent designers. SloveT's also worked tirelessly to make the modifications we requested. Even after the contest was over and the files had all been delivered, we needed an additional modification that SloveT executed for us immediately. Great designer! Great work ethic! Great person to work with!
- purchasing B
Simply incredible to work with! Nicke was on top of things anytime I wanted a change and was easy to communicate with. She went above and beyond to get the project done. I would hire her again for any project. Thanks Nicke23!!! Great job!
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How Chengdigger started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
twobytwo Solutions is a computer forensics/digital discovery consultancy providing expert services to law firms. We're often presented with large, messy piles of data and are tasked with bringing the chaos to order and uncover the insights locked within.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Attorney & Law
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
twobytwo is named after the two-by-two contingency table used in statistical analysis. I want to integrate at least a notion of the two by two table into the logo design. I'm not looking for two "2" digits. If you're going to do that, please make sure it's exceptional.
Most simply, the two by two table looks like this: http://www.uams.edu/epid/Fall98/images/2X2a.GIF
We move this notion forward by using this framework to break apart problems into four categories, often revealing insights (often highlighted in one of the four cells). This process often is reiterative.
We would also like to communicate parsimony as a value and the notion that we bring order from chaos.