Despite working with words, I am dreadful at describing an image of what I want in my head. In this case, I wanted a logo that would translate well no matter where I used it: business cards, social media profiles, invoices etc. I wanted the logo to capture the essence of "sound", without being too cliché. It was like Ludwig was able to see the images in my head! What really sealed the deal though was his excellent communication skills, and his dedication to giving me the logo I wanted. He even made design suggestions relating to the name of my site (94dBA) that I hadn't even thought of, and they worked brilliantly. I am afraid of recommending him too much because I don't want him to get too busy...having said that, I do 100% recommend Ludwig. Just please don't hog him.
- erica iM
Gergo did a GREAT job and really came up with a logo that popped, just like I needed. Will use him again on future jobs!
Great work. Quick response. Very happy!! Thank you very much bayuRIP!!
- InkSay Design
Excellent process and design! Highly recommend. Very patient and willing to provide multiple revisions.
Mikule listened to my input and actively solicited feedback. He was responsive to my input and provided new designs quickly. He also helped me understand the 99designs process and was patient with me while I figured out how to work with the system.
How mknutli started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Board game for anyone interested in economics and business. Like Trivial Pursuit, but with questions revolving around economics, finance, business, economic history, math and statistics, entrepreneurship etc. The name "Økonomispillet" directly translates to "The Economy game".
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Imagine this going onto a (L)26 cm x (W)26 cm x (H)10 cm board game box, as well as on the actual board, the website and any promo material. Logo and name should hopefully represent the game in their own individual parts too.
I'm also thinking graphs which, in some way, can be used in the illustration, since it would be relatable to economics.