InDepth Interactive offers interaction design and information architecture consulting to large clients and interactive agencies. We work on consumer facing web-sites, b-to-b sites, internal intranets and portals, as well as ipad and iphone experiences.
We do not do any visual design. We conduct business requirements gathering work-sessions with clients and end-users then produce black & white schematic-level wireframes, sitemaps, and other "architectural" diagrams which are then used to ensure we have consensus on the overall flow of a site as well as the contents of each page. These diagrams are then used as the basis for collaboration with visual designers and are a key input into the visual design process.
In the web development process, our deliverables are usually the first visualization of what the site will be. We wrap our brain around very complex businesses, business requirements, systems, and processes, then translate conflicting requirements, desires, and politics into deliverables that a) brings clarity to the all of the noise and clutter our clients suffer through during the beginning of the development process and b) proposes the simplest, most elegant, and most usable interface possible. We go "In Depth" into our client's business. When we're done with our work, we strive to understand their business as well as (or even better) than they do.
The logo should lend itself to visualization of these ideas on business cards, client deliverables and powerpoint files. I don't have a clear vision for the logo, but something that speaks to structure, order, and clarity