We teach entrepreneurship to school age children. You can check out my website at www.startupkidsclub.com for the logo I have been using. I really like the navy, aqua, yellow, coral set I have been working with---I also really love the type writer font. Looking for something that can really Tie the entire idea of the program into a logo. The lightbulb just doesn't scream teaching kids entrepreneurship. I don't want anything overly kiddy though. I really like the collide logo. I wonder if there is a way to turn the $tart-Up! into something like that with kids, and ideas and I don't know---your the experts.
Mosaic Reads Logo Design Brief Objective To communicate the full breadth of Mosaic Reads commitment to exposing children to multi-ethnic literature that embraces and celebrates the beauty and richness of our diverse world. Company Purpose • Mosaic Reads is a new monthly book subscription service that exposes children to literature that teaches them to embrace and celebrate the beauty and richness of our diverse world. • Each themed box will include books and carefully curated products that showcase children of all colors coexisting in harmony Target Audience • Children between the ages of 0-9 • Parents, relatives and mentors of children between the ages of 0-9 • Professionals (i.e. teachers, school administrators, reading specialists) who teach and/or shepherd the educational development of children between the ages of 0-9 What characteristics define these core constituencies? • Children between the ages of 0-9 – Core consumer. Looking for storylines that are fun and engaging. Packaging needs to be fun, playful and appealing to young children. Imagery should evoke feelings of wonderment but still be reflective of the mission. • Parents, relatives and mentors of children – Target audience. Primary purchaser of books. Looking for opportunities to expose their children to diversity - with storybooks being a prime point of exposure. Concerned with the scarcity of books that reflect diverse storylines. Want books that feature children of all backgrounds, with storylines that are fun and engaging. Packaging is important - enhances the experience for the child (like receiving a gift in the mail). • Educational Professionals – Have a vested interest in exposing children to diverse literature. Professional and personally interested in the social progression of children. Concerned with the lack of scarcity in What do we want individuals to believe after seeing this communication piece? • That Mosaic Reads is committed to celebrating diversity and promoting story lines that celebrate the richness of our society’s diverse cultural makeup Important Taglines • Diversity At Your Doorstep • Daringly Diverse Reads Reasons to believe • A team of culturally conscious curators will screen each book to ensure that all story lines are culturally sound and feature a diverse cast of characters • All story lines will be evaluated using our proprietary Visibility Matrix, an evaluative tool that judges each back based on eight quality and cultural metrics • Our selection of books will be derived from domestic and international sources - showcasing a diverse array of cultures and communities Tone/Attitude • Fun • Playful but not excessively goofy • Respectful and reflective of our diverse world Executional Mandatories • Logo must be fun and playful yet impactful. Must appeal to children but also to parents who make value judgements based on the quality of packaging/design • Our selection of books will feature children of all backgrounds/ethnicities coexisting in harmony. Color choice should be reflective of that mission • Color palette should not include more than two color choices. • Logo should fit standard dimensions of a mailer box - 7 x 5.5 x 1.25 - but easily adjust to fit smaller dimensions (i.e. stickers and other labels) • Logo should be easily convertable to grayscale and/or black without distorting the value or meaning. Original intent is to be used in color but slight chance that it will be grayscale for cost efficiency
Our tag line: "Presenting timeless truth in a sound byte culture"
IMPORTANT UPDATE! After much consideration and seeing our logo options we have decided to go with a 2-3 color logo to look more professional and reputable. We totally apologize as we realize this may change some of your designs and our directions to you. The board has also decided that we should not put a piano in the title or in the logo.
Colorful, sun, grass, kids holding a sign that says Little Friends and under the Sign they are holding Family Child Care
I will love something clean
My existing website is here: http://softwarearchitect.ca The logo I created myself is on the top left. Also the "videocourses.ca" logo that you see in the sample logos is mine, and I had it done here. I wonder if there can be a tie between the VideoCourses logo and the SoftwareArchitect logo. Not mandatory, but if you wanted to re-use the college-cap and play button in a different color, that might be interesting. I also provide Cloud training, and so a "cloud" icon would also fit. How about a cloud icon with a video play button inside? Another interesting idea to explore. For this logo, I really am open to new suggestions and ideas. So feel free to be a bit creative. Check out my website to see the types of topics I write about, the type of courses I have, and maybe there are some ideas in there. I'd love to use the design on a t-shirt as well, which is why I chose the upgraded package.
Perhaps something that implies speed or acceleration. Also, may often appear with company logo which utilizes black and gold (see below) so would be great if color scheme incorporated or at least doesn't clash with colors below. Pantone Professional Black C CMYK 0/0/0/100 RGB 0/0/0 Hex #000000 Pantone 466 C CMYK 0/10/48/22 RGB 207/184/124 Hex #CFB87C Thread/Fabric: Vegas Gold
should be clean, modern,...
we are open for color suggestions
a similar company is the www.sea.coffee association
I would like the logo to illustrate the idea of a village raising a child. I want natural colours.
The business is aimed at parents rather than children but the business it about babies. I don;t mind whether the logo has an image or whether the logo is just the name. I would like to see both options.
The story of Joshua and the battle of Jericho can be found in Joshua 6:1-23 and there is a little more about the story in Joshua 2:1-24 (the spies that are hidden by Rahab - Rahab's scarlet chord in her window).
The story takes place in modern-day Israel. Jericho was a walled city (Rahab's house was part of the city wall)
Besides the title:
JOSHUA At the Walls of Jericho
we would like to have "VBS 2017" incorporated into the design
bright colors, unisex, clean, crisp
We would like something cute, eye catching, inviting and clear to read. We have attached a picture of an idea to go off where we thought our company name could go on top. We are aware the pic is copyrighted but it's something to go off.
The logo needs to look professional as we're a trusted training company. The website colour will be blue.
I am not looking for a repeat of what they already have. I am looking for a new refreshing look.
They are also a Global School/Language Academy
Looking for a different look for this logo. See Finley Eagle. This is a new logo for a school in the same school district.
We are located in a small country town in Texas.
We are looking for a modern, fun, attractive and eye-catching design which will entice parents to choose our Centre before they even walk through our doors.
I am starting a driving school. The Name of the school is "The Wiser Driver " I would like to have maybe an owl in the Logo I am a retired military person so I would like to somehow work the "Veteran Owned Business" concept into the logo if possible (not necessary). I would like a somewhat simple and SLIGHT cartoony feel to it. I did have a sketch of an owl driving a car
Ideally, the logo would capture the essence of creativity.
Clear Lake Classical is a religious (Christian) school and this will be a Christian camp, with emphasis on the fact that we desire to create, and enjoy creating because we are made in God's image, who is the original Creator. With that said, overt Christian symbolism does not have to be included in the logo.
The logo should not be incompatible with our school's logo and colors (can be found at www.clearlakeclassical.org) but it doesn't need to reflect it in any literal way.
The attached logo is very close to what I am looking for. This one is too kidish. I am looking for a bit older with a silhouette or gender neutral image in the tv. I am also looking to have it semi close to youtube but keep it our own.
Attached is our logo for our Dental office called Timber Dental.
We like a modern look and bold design with clean, simple lines. Modern fonts. Would like logo to coordinate with the Timber Dental logo.
Main audience is parents - mostly Moms, must have good print quality to the logo for magazine printing
Require a Full Colour, Black & White Version for print and web
Something important that I want to stand out: You will notice the 2nd word in the logo says "Investory" - it's a combination of the words Investor and Story. This podcast is focused on the investor's story and I want to make sure that comes across in the logo. An idea is maybe to have something that shows a "wavelength" design and together with property?
Add a subtitle below name of logo: Hosted by Tyrone Shum
Target market: aspiring property investors, people interest in property.
Colours: Black shade background with a bit of depth. (like a chalkboard effect) I’m keen for either blue, silver, red or orange. (choose max two colours please)
We want a logo that sets us apart from other schools and child care providers, and specifically does NOT look like a daycare logo. Something both academic and prestigious while conveying our Montessori philosophy as described and our organic, nurturing approach to children and education. Some inspirations might include but are not limited to: trees (we have a strong nature-based learning curriculum), dove or symbols of peace, an earth to signify diversity, etc. It would be great to maybe see some kind of Montessori material incorporated into the logo somehow, such as the binomial cube, bead stairs, color tablets or pink tower (images attached). Perhaps a bridge with children growing from infant to adolescent (holding hands? This is optional) These are just some of our brainstorms. We are open to any creative ideas. Though we prefer natural or muted over primary colors, any color scheme is welcome initially to see what we can work with. Ultimately we want something that is truly unique, marketable and easily recognizable that captures the true essence of what our school has to offer.