Maradhones is a great designer to work with. He has a lot of ideas, responds positively to feedback, and created a clean, modern, and professional design for our company logo (as well as covers for Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube). I highly recommend him.
Yodhitama was awesome! Great creativity and attention to detail. The revisions were exactly what we asked for and produced quickly and happily. We are very satisfied!
- Sarah Azalee
Sarah was very patient and understanding in dealing with the back-and-forth with the compliance and legal departments of my company. I would recommend her for any project!
Very patient and responsive. I am satisfied with the end product.
The design is just perfect and we are delighted with our designers' work.
- san san studio
Very creative and responsive to suggestions
How kevinpc77 started their logo & social media pack journey
Who are you known as?
Write Start Prep
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We tutor students in grades 6-12, primarily in reading and essay writing (also test prep and college applications). Although that includes some pretty young ages, our target audience is the parents.
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
The name of our company includes, of course, a pun on "right" vs. "write"--i.e., the right start for writing. So, in the design, one possibility would be to play up the first two words ("Write Start") and make "Prep" smaller or less noticeable. Alternatively, a design could focus on making the logo simply "WS" followed by the full name; many tutoring companies seem to go that minimalist route. Visual imagery is great, especially if connected to the theme of writing, but try to avoid something too cutesy or childlike. (Parents looking for tutoring at this age focus more on professionalism than kid-friendly.) Possible idea: maybe the W of "Write" could be an open laptop in the first half (V) pivoted slightly so it's open to the viewer, with a pen/pencil on the last "W" slash (/). Finally, although I chose the 3 color blocks, I'm open to most color schemes.