Excellent designer ! Prompt responses and a delight to work with.
khingking is an amazing designer. They had amazing patience with us, and skill. We needed multiple different logos until we found the one we wanted and they continued to work with us until the job was complete and we were 100% satisfied. HEAVILY RECOMMENDED!
Very thoughtful and very creative design. Highly recommend, did a great job.
bettiatto clearly studied and developed a great understanding of our brief, he was very responsive to our feedback as we refined what is sure to be a very effective visual identity for our brand, thanks.
- aCHILLes DeSigNs
BINARAO was an absolute pleasure to work with when coming up with my new logo. Feedback was always taken into account and each iteration brought a new idea while staying on target with my overall ideas and goals. Thank you so much for your work!
Intuitively understood the vibe we were looking for on his first pass. Obviously read and integrated our requirements. Responded quickly and appropriately. This was our first time working with 99designs, all went as hoped for.
How Nahaz started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We sell computers to customer specifications as well as specially designed computers. Common keywords are high quality, watercooling, unique or "one-of-a-kind", sleeved cables and modding.
In other words, it's a service that we sell and the target audience is people who have an interest in having "their own" computer but do not possess the knowledge (or time) to build one or to build one according to our high standards.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This link has lots of inspiration for the "specially designed" computers and should give you a good idea of what our more extreme builds will aim for. http://www.million-dollar-pc.com/
Other than that, our standard computers will be minimalistic in design but not in performance.
We'd like to be able to use the logo as a badge or engraving on our products, so put more effort on a symbol that's recognizable rather than the text.
Since our computers will be minimalistic our logo will be standing out. Similar "logo-effects" are Razer laptops or Apple products (though we don't want to have any likeness to those logos, so no snakes or fruits!)