Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Yellows: Energy, intellect, fun and youth.
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
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I prefer logos where there is either a distinct graphic element or the logo is integrated into the text somehow. Either way the graphic and text should be able to be repositioned for different spaces (side by side for landscape layout, or stacked for a more square layout). I will be using the logo in landscape layout within website navigation bars and in more of a square format on social media sites.
The brand is GuitarLessons.com and it's important that the entire name is very readable, so people can quickly identify the website address (not just "guitarlessons" with the ".com" portion formatted so creatively that it's not easily identified). I'm hoping color, font weight, and/or other creative methods can make the name stand out rather than just using bland myriad pro text.
As the website is geared more towards students between 35-55, we want a more natural and welcoming graphic as opposed to something very techie or futuristic. It should help inspire them to want to play guitar even more than they already.