The design was clean and zeitgeist, the designer followed and incorporated our vision.
- lNKpo!nt ™
Very professional work.
- Spider WebDev
- Jovana Anic
Very receptive to feedback and did a great job!
- Eco Rokerz
Excellent designer. Listens and executes to every request. Fantastic!!
- Reg Creative
I loved this design because it was simple and fun and fit my personality and direction of my company. Reg Creative made the changes needed in a timely manner and produced what I needed
Beautiful, clean work and a pleasure to work with.
How bzaharoff started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Bringing Data to Daycare. We believe that parents should have full visibility into the developmental growth of their children. Our children are our legacy and early childhood development is too important to leave to chance. So much happens during the time your child is at daycare - they develop critical social, language, and cognitive skills, preparing them for pre-kindergarten. Too many children begin their formal education already behind and have to play catch-up. We believe learning begins from Day 1 and you should be there to witness it. Our developmental transparency model give parents visibility into the growth of their legacy. Focus is middle-class to upper middle class children ages 1-4 years old, beginning with the suburban and urban northeast US, particularly somewhat tech-savvy and college-educated young parents in their early to mid 30's.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Approachable and child-friendly
plays with perspective and uses a simple lowercase letter
natural, simple, approachable
letter-based, modern, though a bit too cold
love the 3D block letter concept and the play with perspective with the "cutout" white space and the subtext
Looking for a logomark that tells a story of innovation, transparency, and simplicity / approachability. Perhaps a lowercase "e" that looks like a 3D block but has an interesting perspective (like a 3D cube with only the lines showing that look like the lowercase "e"). Play with perspective and negative space.