Quick. Lots of variations. Matched colors. Fit the theme and style requested. Professional. Fast to respond to messages. Perfect score.
- Stawn Kaufman
How GoMiles.com started their logo design journey
We're a startup working on solving the problems associated with frequent flyer accounts. Managing passwords, understanding what points are worth, keeping rewards from expiring redeeming and earning rewards for travel.
We're a startup who love our customers, and are working hard and moving fast to build the best product we can for their needs. Personality-wise think of a helpful concierge who will ask what you are looking for then find you the perfect restaurant.
Alternatively, we are building the building the machine that churns through all the complexity of frequent flyer miles, hotel points, car rental points - figures out all the rules, the alliances, the redemption rates, the quirks - and shows it to users in a dead-simple way a) what they have, and b) what they should do to unlock the value of these assets.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
we're help frequent travelers and family travelers manage all their loyalty accounts. In other words, it's for the ultimate road-warrior who's on the road 200 days a year (a la George Clooney in "up in the air")... and it's also for the family of 4 who flies 5 times a year (and has 4 different accounts with each airline, one for each person).
we want to be presented as a professional, secure company, think Apple of point management. we're more high-end than mass-market. slick, simple and sexy.
To see the site in action today, go to gomiles.com and sign up using the referral code "99-DESIGNS"
we want a logo that reflects our brand and purpose. the artwork would ideally be vector-based so we can scale it up when necessary, but a super high resolution (4K width) PSD would be fine as well.
- no odometers please
- please don't make it look like kayak.com
- no "Ask Jeeves" type of butler/concierge logo
- provide versions for a white and black background.
The logo will go in place of the existing one on the site, as far as location. It'll also go on business cards of course.