Extremely fast response time for any adjustments, clarifications, additions, etc. Very intuitive designer that was a pleasure to work with.
- Flor Clavel
Great communication, great design, thanks.
How brentonwiberg started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell 3D models for a very specific piece of architectural design software called Revit. Our models our of different archtiectural elements: Doors, Windows, Stairs, Furniture, Corbels, etc... The point of our products is to save architects time when designing their buildings. They buy our models so that they can place them in their 3D models without having to spend the time modeling the items themselves.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Please use websafe colors
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I know we create 3D models, but I'm not a huge fan of really 3D looking logos. That said, I do like the new trend where the logo looks like flat pieces of paper that are gradiented to add a subtle 3D effect. I will include some examples of this. I will also include an image of the old Revit software logo and a competitors logo who played off that design. The old Revit logo was very geometric, like origami. My competitor who also creates content for Revit created his logo by playing off the Revit logo. I will also include the new Revit logo which has gotten a little less geometric, like a shiny glass 3D R. I'm fine if you want to play of the existing logo or create one that has nothing to do with the Revit logo. The advantage is that the Revit R logo is very recognizable by my target audience. The down side is that I don't want to be accused of trademark infringement. Also, the Revit logo and branding tends to change every two years or so.