Along with websites, Mainframe Computers can also come up with a custom logo for your company or business. Mainframe Computers will provide you with the original source files for your logo, print quality, so you can have them reprinted on shirts, business cards etc. I work hard to incorporate all of your ideas into the logo, while at the same time trying to maintain good design ideas.
Speed Scene Wiring
For this logo, the only request was that it be some sort of character. This customer and I had discussed other ideas involving gorillas previously, so instead of making a specific caricature of the customer, we decided on making a mascot for the business. The wire in his hand was yellow to resemble a banana.
Comprehensive Foot Care
I was given free reign with this logo, to come up with what I could. I also made the website, and decided to go with a silver and gold theme. Obviously, this customer is a podiatrist. I incorporated the feet, and the red cross to show the “healing” relationship. I wanted a nice simple, bold and recognizable logo.
Shop The Shoe Club
The store was getting an image overhaul, so a new logo was in order to go along with the changes. I wanted a clean, bold look for the logo, and strong colors for the website as well.
Donna Chance Images
This was a watermark request for photography work. No real guidelines were given for this one, just use the text. After sketching out a few ideas, whenever I wrote the letters D and C, I saw a butterfly. I like the soft swirls that the letters have, and how it represents the butterfly, while at the same time being the letters D and C.
Concept and Prototype Development
I was given fairly specific instructions on both the website, and the logo for this client. They really knew exactly what they wanted. The gear fades from wire-frame into full 3-D solid, to show the growth of your idea to an actual prototype. The logo needed to be simple, and work from print and web. We went through a few different options on the website, and decided to have a dark background, but for print, we needed a light background, so two versions were created.
Guevara’s General Contractors
This client already had a logo, the brown one on the right, but wanted me to vectorize it for them. Vectorizing means to put it in a form that can be scaled up without losing quality. I vectorized their logo, but I was not a big fan of it, so I created a new design to see if they would like it. They liked it, but since they already had their old printed on shirts, business cards, and flyers, they decided to keep it.