Designer did a great job with all the modifications and working with me with changes. Very prompt and followed instruction very well. Would definitely work with again.
Good work and fast, accurate revisions. Thanks
Cooperative and creative. Thank you!
Great work. Awesome designer. Exactly what I was looking for!
- YAN studio
We are very happy with the result of the process. Yan Studios was both responsive to our suggestions and was always thinking through the details and providing solutions to the visual challenges. Whenever we changed an element, they reviewed how it impacted the overall look of the logo and adjusted spacing, element sizing and other details to keep the logo balanced. We highly recommend working with this designer.
What an absolute pleasure to work with! I was pretty picky about what I wanted in a design and every request was met with patience and immediate response. I am grateful to have found Kangbur and certainly look forward to more work in the future! Highly recommended!
How richard.stebbing started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tech for Teachers
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a large education publishing company that produces magazines for teaching professionals. This logo is for a classroom technology awards (technology used in the classroom to aid teaching and learning). The awards is run by our Technology and Innovation magazine (hence T&I), which is sent to secondary school teachers (professionals who teach children aged 11-16).
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
UPDATE 2: PLEASE DON'T PRODUCE VARIATIONS OF OTHER DESIGNERS' WORK. WE ARE LOOKING FOR ORIGINAL DESIGNS TO CHOOSE BETWEEN.
UDATE: WE NO LONGER REQUIRE THE 'T&I' SO THE LOGO NOW ONLY NEEDS TO INCLUDE 'TECH FOR TEACHERS'.
PLEASE NOTE: WE DON'T WANT SOMETHING THAT ECHOS OUR TEACH COMPANY CORPORATE BRANDING - THIS SHOULD HAVE A DIFFERENT FEEL.
We're not looking for anything too gimmicky. Please no mortar boards! Nothing overly serious or heavy either, though. You can find a list of our existing magazine brands here: http://www.aceville.com/brands/education