we are hype to put this to good use! Good work fella!
- Golf Cart Man
- Gian Piero
He was the only designer at the contest who went another way. The same ideas came from everyone else. That's why he won at the end!
How garrygolden started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
The Graduate's Guide to the Future
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Learning media brand teaching foresight (how to think about the future) to 20-28 year old college students and recent graduates. Branded for content marketing, MOOCs, workshops, et al. I am an academically trained Futurist with real world corporate clients -- but looking to bring message of foresight to younger adults. Helping them better understand how the world is changing. First target product will be a MOOC designed for MBA (business school) programs.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
playful; 'scenery'; could be analog for globe or world as backdrop.
breaking down of bird into underlying parts/layer
A bit irreverent; playful
graph connections; Connecting things is a theme of foresight
Feel clear and powerful.
not sure I like the color spectrum but use of image (bird) with something more abstract is nice
more traditional but clean and clear
font is clean; motion of line
horizontal layout; play off g and infinity
least favorite of bunch but open to something more radical; playful way of looking at letter structure
Nothing for now. Don't want to pollute thinking on possibilities.
Just avoid stereotype of crystal balls - unless you visually smash them. Irreverence or playfulness might work.
I am a trained Futurist -- client and research focused. I take foresight seriously.
Want to translate solid thinking to young adults via The Graduate's Guide to the Future