We are very pleased with the design and have already received many positive comments on it. The designer has been great to work with and was very attentive to our suggestions and request. Great Job!
We thoroughly enjoyed working with eutographics. Anupam was very patient as we worked through the business logo design process. He provided us with multiple design options and this allowed us to continue fine tuning until the final design was achieved. The final result was perfect. Thank you Anupam.
Innovative One did a great job. He is a great designer, and he did a great job following my not-so-precise instructions. In the end, he worked to get me all of the file types I needed. Thank you! I'm happy.
His design was the winner for me because of its clean and elegant lines. My entire team loved it. Thank you so much.
- THE JONATHAN, LLC
Gilang.ahza designed a great logo for us and was very helpful and quick in reacting to our feedback and ideas as well as providing updates and revisions. Overall we are very satisfied!
- Mark Adam
Really good service and a fast responding designer! Was able to quickly update designs as further information was provided once designs started coming in!
Good communication and has very enthusiastic!
Very happy with the results!
How UT PDC started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Empowering individuals and organizations to achieve their potential, goals and vision
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Professional Development Center is a department within Continuing and Innovative Education at The University of Texas at Austin. PDC designs and delivers face-to-face and online noncredit programs for individuals interested in improving their professional skills or who seek a credential or a career change. Our programs and instructors help individuals and organizations around Texas and around the world improve personal and organizational performance.
Color of the orange should be pantone #159 (burnt orange) University of Texas colors
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