Patricia worked with the feedback that we were giving the designers and came up with many different options for us to choose from. She was responsive once we decided on her for the final. She was able to embody our message via an image. I would keep her in the running if I need another logo!
- hidden meaning
When I first wrote my brief, I was not sure exactly what I wanted. After reading my company description, Hidden provided a new concept that perfectly embodied the essence of what I was trying to convey! He was also WONDERFUL to work with. He encouraged me to give him constant and honest feedback and always responded in a timely manner. I recommend him for his talent and great work ethic!
Showed something different than what everyone else was doing, made revisions when I asked and suggestions when I wasn't sure what was needed. Thank you for a great design!
Excellent creative design and very responsive to feedback!
- Beat by Beat Press
Great work on this and appreciate the patience working over a few months with us as we got started.
Very creative work and excellent guidance.
How Kids Need Enrichment started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Kids Need Enrichment (or the initials - KNE)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Kids Need Enrichment is an organization focused on putting the amazing, fun, and powerful world of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) in the hands of kids. We want to engage kids (and kids at heart) in exciting, hands-on activities at their own pace and comfort level.
We believe that learning should be awesome and fun. It needs to go beyond the regular classroom and should take place anywhere and everywhere. Kids learn so much by playing and experiencing the world around them. They simply need the right tools and opportunities.
Let designers make suggestions:
Blues: Knowledge, trust, calm and honesty.
Reds: Energy, action, passion and love.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
- If you think we should emphasize one of the words, choose "enrichment"
- We are geared to the "more serious" school age kids, so avoid a cartoonish look; it should look "cool", not "cute"
- Try to incorporate STEM-like elements in the design to give people a sense that science and technology are the focus of the organization