Guydouglas made this entire process fun and pleasant. He offered tons of suggestions and was extremely responsive to my feedback. He was so patient as I asked for many changes. He is a talented artist and a hard worker. I am very happy with my final design and highly recommend his work.
We were unsure about the direction of the design but Brana kept working with me and offering suggestions. One finally 100% worked and we went with it.... after dozens of tweaks and changes but she was patient and we finally got it exactly right!
- john noe
Great artist and great work. He was very patient and I really enjoyed working with him.
Thanks for the awesome design and all the other versions you provided us to help get us to the perfect logo!
- SoKrejzi Designs
Amazing design unanimously chosen by everyone in the team. Definitely stood out and perfect fit to the brief. SoKrejzi is easy to work with quickly replies with exactly what is asked. Would love to with him again! Definitely recommend!
How christam.crawford started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
transforming mindsets - empowering kids
(please use a bullet point between the phrases)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We know that a child's mindset and habits have more to do with his or her success (academically, socially, emotionally, etc.) than just talent. We provide teachers and parents with resources so they can transform their own mindsets and those of the kids they work with. We also give resources to help them with work habits, attitudes about learning, and other tools for child empowerment.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
A polliwog is a tadpole (a baby frog). Polliwogs are used to represent
change and transformation.
If you do use an actual polliwog, please make it cute. I'm more likely
to go for something that implies change, transformation, or
growth,rather than a literal polliwog. I'm open to everything from
abstract to concrete designs, but I would like it to be clean and not