I like the color palette, and I like that you’ve unified the two companies with the palette. Grays can be tricky to print – especially when they’re printed as four color process. Slight shifts in one of the colors seems to be more pronounced when printing tones of gray. I also like the font you’ve chosen. What is the font? It looks close to Gotham, but I don’t think it is.
The logos hit a lot of marks: easy to reproduce, doesn’t rely on gradients, drop shadows, etc.
Given the color palette, the font, and the clean design, I want to like the logos more than I actually do, but I think they could use some additional work.
On webRocket, it looks a bit like “webRocl et.” The small portion of the k tends to disappear – especially on the website.
On GRAPHIC WORKS, the “DESIGN” is minuscule compared to the other type. It will most likely disappear or become illegible when the logo is reproduced at smaller sizes.
I like the idea of the red star uniting the two logos, but it looks a little tacked on – especially on the GRAPHIC WORKS.
What if you developed a common mark between the two companies that focuses on the red star and altered the logotype?
I really like the color palette applied to the website design. Personally, I don’t have any issues with the web design. Just a few suggestions and questions. What’s the STORE in the menu? Is that for physical goods? It seems a bit out of place, and I think you’d want to emphasize the services or about us in the menu before a store. The site looks like it will collapse nicely on a tablet or phone. What about adding quote marks to the I’m ready to get started & Conquer My Local Market!? That might help clarify that it’s in the site visitor’s voice.