Hm. I never thought of iTecture. I like it better than iKitekture. (the reason I went with the k's was because iChitecture looked like it really shouldn't be spelled that way).tobefirst said:yeah...I agree with richardjames. And I'm not too sure where the Ks come from. They seem to be just there as a gimmick. If you're looking to smash those words together, I'd probably go with iTecture at first glance.
I am going to have to agree with Canda. I would say that any professional would be more inclined to use something else.CanadaRAM said:Sorry, none of those "playing with words" names does it for me. As a potential customer I'm thinking.... highschool student plays at being a web design business.
I'm going to hire a firm whose approach is more professional. My opinion, feel free to disregard.
your post is a good example of why he probably should stay away from any version of the word "architecture" completely.....he's offering "web design" which I assume is designing web sites....not designing housesjessica. said:I am going to have to agree with Canda. I would say that any professional would be more inclined to use something else.
First, drop the i. Let the i(fill in the blank) crap be Apple's trademark. While it may not have been intentional, it sounds silly. Next, don't try to find a creative way to spell architecture. If you must, try something like arcEtekTur. You'll still look like you're confused on how to spell and I'd hope you were able to design me a house better than you can spell, but you'd get your way and it's be a little easier to understand.
If there is a domain taken already and you plan on getting the same domain but adding the S, if you're doing this as a personal website then ok...but as a business I wouldn't.johnbro23 said:My original idea was "We Are Design." I started a thread about that a few days ago. Maybe I should just change that name to "We Are Designs" since the domain name wearedesign.com might be a problem, and wearedesigns.com is free.