"Nyos" participated in my first t-shirt design contest and I was very impressed at how well he not only understood what I was after in my mind's eye, but how beautiful the finished product he created is. His design was clean and graphically compelling, and was exactly what I had envisioned. He totally "got" the revisions I requested, and made them very quickly (almost too fast for me as my schedule has been challenging). He was very professional and humble and I look forward to working with him again on future projects. Thanks so much!
How Josh Handel started their logo design journey
Taco-Tech.com will be an online retailer specializing in low end and liquidation technology with a light hearted spin. Rather than be very serious and attempt to "over sell" what amounts to refurbs & Chinese knockoffs we will have fun with it. This is very much in the same vain as Woot..
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Technology people with a good sense of humor and a thin wallet. They may not be trying to be "trendy" as much as they are trying to perhaps mock trend..
We are looking for a good Logo for web and print use; it should be clear and easy to read both on a screen and in black and white. While the site URL for the store will be Taco-tech.com the URL doesn't necessarily have to be the logo (that is to say It doesn't have to read "Taco-Tech.com").. Also tag lines are welcome if you feel particularly wordy as are icons and mascots (again if you feel so inclined)..
I have attached a logo that I created about 5 years ago for "TACO-GOLF" while this is not the logo I am looking for, this will provide the sense of whimsy we are looking for here.. You might also be able to draw inspiration from Woot.com or Thinkgeek.com.
By the way, Taco is also an acronym for They All Count One (which is more golf related than anything else, but worth noting)