Rinnanto is easy to work with. Comes up with a variety of styles and is prompt and receptive to revisions.
We have used Rinnanto for two projects now!
Great designer to work with and very talented.
Great designer... goes above and beyond
Very fast to make adjustments and very easy to work with. Thank you for the beautiful logo!
- Christi M
Great designer, easy to work with, followed all requests to provide a winning design.
How PunchUpGames started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Punch Up Games
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Punch Up Games is a small independent video game developer making action games targeting ages 13+ (think PC, Xbox and PlayStation, not the mobile demographic). We make fun and have fun doing it, but we take the commitment to quality seriously.
The "punch up" phrase can mean many things, but we would like to stay away from direct fist, boxing glove, etc imagery. That tends to be overused and look cliche.
There is a phrase in comedy to "never punch down, always punch up" or to "reach down, punch up", both of which basically mean to avoid picking on the smaller guy and instead take on the bigger, stronger target. As a small indie developer Punch Up Games is taking on all of the larger established, corporate video game companies. It's all punching up from here on out.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
We are pretty open to colors, but probably avoid pastels as well as too many colors combined. One main color mixed with black/white and maybe a small accent color depending on style. Generally more muted colors are preferred to extremely bright ones. See the chosen examples and uploads for a good idea of style and color.
Reds, oranges, yellows can all be good.
Blues and darker purples.
Earthy browns may work.
Greys and neutrals.
Black and white variants are necessary for final logo.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I have uploaded a few logos that we like from other companies, but feel free to work outside those lines. These are just some we found and I'm sure there are plenty of great designs we haven't thought of or seen.
Despite some of these having all their color in the background, we would still prefer a design that could be used as both a fully colored logo or reduced to simple black on white.
Some elements like the color separation or spacing on the Go Frank Go logo are not desired, but possibly taking the idea of repeated underline with the 'u's in Punch Up?
Don't feel super restricted on color, feel free to explore a range of greens, yellows, oranges, blues, purples and reds.