Kimcil Solekhah produced the second entry in our contest. A number of other entries appeared that were like hers—some so similar as to suggest they might have been "borrowed." But her initial entry, and the revisions she subsequently provided, were most responsive to our feedback and captured the essence of optimism and success we sought, in the most elegantly simple fashion.
She is a skilled, creative, and obliging designer whose services we would be pleased to seek out should we have a future need for such talents. Great job, Kimcil!
Amazing designer, highly recommended!
- Up Marketing Inc
- Prasaja Tama
Prasaja Tama has produced a very beautiful, original logo. Prasaja is very responsive and tied all the suggestions we requested. It was difficult to choose the final logo because they were all so good. Prasaja was in another contest of mine and I will certainly reach out in the future to Prasaja for future projects.
- dany's prints
He did fantastic work. He did everything I asked him to do. Great designer. Highly recommend him.
How ellis.traub started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We have taken a 10-year hiatus from our business, having signed a non-compete clause that has finally expired.
Our financial software has an excellent reputation among successful amateur investors who use fundamental analysis to analyze companies and their investment potential; and we are ready to take that software to the next level.
We want to update the InvestWare logo in a fashion that will let our old clients know we're back and it's really us. But, with the logo, we want to convey the notion that we are eager to move into today's world and produce a product that is an order of magnitude ahead of what they had when we took our leave.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Accounting & Financial
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We have restarted InvestWare as an LLC rather than a corporation, so it's best to omit any designation of the type of business organization. You may Google "InvestWare," "Ellis Traub," "Take Stock" (the rights to which I sold but which is the name of my book) to get more information. Investing is a serious business; but we want to approach it with a light-hearted style because we are campaigning against most in the industry who have led the public to believe that they are investing when they are really gambling in the stock market (and losing). We represent investing as earning money with one's money and not losing it. We want to attract people away from "the herd," and empower them to invest successfully.