Provided great design vision from the brief, and easy to work with.
Sandro90has been the ideal designer. He has provided new options whenever requested and delivered excellent quality. I highly recommend him to others. I would hire him again, no question.
Creative and professional logos. very easy to communicate with. Provided timely revisions as well as new concepts.
Fast and reliable. Thanks for the great design.
Really appreciate the responsiveness to feedback, the iterations made a true difference.
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Who are you known as?
The Language Toolbox
What’s your company slogan?
Creating Confident Classrooms
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Languages Education Consultant. My mission is straightforward; to provide classroom teachers with effective ‘tools’ in order for them to easily, successfully and confidently support their schools’ Language Program. I believe that I can make a difference to the busy lives of classroom teachers because I know how much work is involved in maintaining an effective and engaging classroom and I also understand the difficulties that language specialist teachers often face in trying to gain whole-school support for their programs. I wish to become a ‘link’ between these two teaching roles and assist Primary Schools in developing and enhancing their Languages Education Programs.
Target Audience: Primary Schools. The Principals will ultimately be my clients (as they are the ones who sign off on any school payments!) but it is the Teachers who I will be presenting to and working with initially. I intend to also offer half-day and full-day workshops to teach alongside teachers in their classrooms so I will still be working with students too.
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For too long, the traditional method of teaching languages hasn't been working... The teacher can no longer be perceived as sitting on the top rung of a ladder (with the perception that they know everything when in reality, this isn't the case) with the students at the bottom... My big message is that teachers and students can learn languages together, hence shifting the ladder sideways so that we are all on the same level and learning path. So maybe if you can somehow build this equal-ladder/whole-team concept into the logo, that would be good!