Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I'm a freelance science communicator, writing and delivering shows to children, teens, families, and adults. I'll also be providing consultation and training. While the end result is largely for kids, my business will be directed at the adults who'll be deciding to hire me.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I like the idea of being able to change up the colour palette for various situations. As mentioned further up, while my website is currently aimed at adults, the final service is presented to children, so being able to have both a more sophisticated colour scheme and a brightly coloured one would be ideal.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
dan.science is the website address as well as the name, so I would like the .(dot) prominent or otherwise included to make the web address element apparent. I would always refer to the business as dan-dot-science.
I also like logos that include dual interpretations. Examples would include the London eye logo wear the city skyline made up the iris, or the London Symphony Orchestra logo that represents the movement of a conductor. I don't know what you can do with dan.science, but i thought it might be a useful clue to my tastes!
Please don't feel you have to stick with the lowercase letters, I'm open to suggestion.
Opportunity or options to adjust the logo for different situations would be cool too, not just colour, but perhaps some open ended element, like the .(dot) being something different under different circumstances, for example it could be a molecule when i talk about chemistry, but a star if I'm talking astrophysics, maybe an infinity symbol when doing maths. That kind of thing. Maybe?!
In addition, an element that can be incorporated into, but also used without the lettering would be nice and versatile.
Totally obscure, and improbable, but Element 110 Darmstadtium's initials on the periodic table are Ds, if you can work the pattern of (110?!) electrons in, that'd be cool. I've uploaded a diagram of it. I am totally aware how difficult that would be, but I thought I'd include it just in case!