Dark neutrals (Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.)
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Oranges (Creativity, adventure and happiness.)
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Attached are my current logo, and a quick thought I had. If I could incorporate something from my older logo, great, but I'm redesigning because I feel like it's too 90's-ish looking. I want something straight forward and simple, nothing too complex. The type is important as it will be used separately from any symbol in different areas on my website, etc.
I provided the examples as crude ideas. I don't think a TS symbol next to the words Train Simple is overly helpful. I would like the type to stand on it's own. I see this in the header of my website. Then I would like the abbreviated TS or some symbol to be used where the two words don't make sense. Like App icons, watermarks, splash screens, etc. Kind of the Adobe. Sometime you see the name Adobe in their typeface, and others you see their A symbol.