I am the President and CEO of a small professional services firm specializing in enterprise software, specifically salesforce.com. I appreciate GREAT design and would describe myself as creative but I am not a designer. We are trying to visually communicate an established organization and build trust with our branding. I think that a strong logo is the place to start. Please help.
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The logo needs to be thought provoking and colorful but sophisticated at the same time, speaking to a discriminating business audience. Our target audience are the decision makers and influencers in business organizations. We are looking to impress them with a visually stunning identity.
Orientation: Horizontal and Vertical layouts
Files: PNG, Photoshop and/or Illustrator
Color Scheme: Blue and Orange (plus grey scale and B&W)
Color Profile: CMYK and RGB
Please include a simple design guide.
ForSys is a salesforce.com consulting firm that specializes in the implementation, customization and integration of the force.com platform. Salesforce.com is a customer relationship management tool that helps businesses with their sales and service operations as well as connecting to external information systems. ForSys is a play on words combining FORCE and SYSTEMS intended to sound like FORCES (Joining Forces). Any combination of stylizing upper/lower case letters will be considered. I would like the logo to be apple/mac inspired with web 2.0 styling. I would like the logo to include clouds or reference to clouds in some way, as cloud computing is a major trend in the industry at the moment. Please see examples (attachment) and use them for inspiration but I will only consider original work. Please try to produce original composites and do not use other designers ideas and submissions as your starting point. I will require the source files including Photoshop or Illustrator and fonts. Please produce a simple style guide for reproduction purposes and different versions: color, black, white, and greyscale.