Our client loves where they ended up on the last contest, but would like to see a few iterations of the attached images.
Here's what I put last time (for this same company) but you probably wont need it. All I want is a redesign of the attached logos.
For regulated and non-regulated companies in Utah needing precise tuning of essential equipment, Precise Method is the metrology partner that conveniently provides maximum quality, flexible service and proactive management of calibration needs at a competitive price. Because of the extra value inherent in the service received, Precise Method clients are confident in their ability to secure new work, maintain production rates and keep quality high.
- Flexible and accommodating
- Dependable and trustworthy
- Friendly and polite
- Knowledgeable and helpful
By choosing Precise Method, you will be confident in your ability to easily meet calibration standards required for regulated contracts. With high-quality, results-driven calibration, we'll certify your equipment, then provide convenient access to documentation.
Initial Target Audience: Older white males, educated. Proactive about getting their machines calibrated before it's needed.
Secondary Target Audience: Mid-aged white males, blue-collar. Not as proactive (if it's not broke…). Very tech savvy.
Here's a rundown:
Cube idea: They like that it's a cube, but we can flatten it, keep it 3D, change colors, or whatever else we want. He like the cube because it's symmetrical and represents exactness. Try solid colors with defined edges.
Bulls-eye: This one reminds me of a bulls-eye. That's not the idea as much as it's the exact center of the circles that's being pointed to. They like how it looks scientific and kind of orbiting. The example is very basic. It doesn't need to be.
Circles: They love that there are three circles next to each other. They also love the different colors, although they are trying to keep costs down and keep it 2 color if possible. The love the movement of where the darkest spot is located on each of the three circles.