He is great to work with. Very quick responses to any questions or modifications to the great designs he submitted. His submissions also included a mock up of the logo on a card which really helped visual the design. All round, great experience.
- r u b a i
Rubai listened and understood what I wanted. He executed my requests and at the end turned in a great product.
Highly recommended, very creative designer. Would not hesitate to use again.
Excellent designer who is dedicated to getting the design right. He so hard to deliver a design that worked well for our brand. Highly recommend.
- mandi M
How ben.thompson started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Cashvert is an online currency exchange business. The target audience is cost-conscious international travellers - eg a young backpacker saving every penny, or a 40 year old couple happy to spend on the right experience but not $20 for a coffee in St Mark's Square.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The logo will be used in many sizes & media - eg print posters up to
A3 size, on our website, in web ads, and as an app icon.
We are looking for something with a symbolic element and our business
name - 'cashvert' (lower case). I've loaded a few logos we like where
the symbolic element 'tells the story' - that's what we're looking for
(abstract designs won't work). The sense we're trying to get across is
a fair and equal exchange.
We envision the app icon as the symbol alone (wrapped appropriately).
Where more space is available, we see the logo as the combination
Be very cautious in using actual currency signs (eg $) because using
one tends to exclude other currencies.