Created a great logo design with a number of options to choose from. Very happy with the final product.
Hattori was fantastic to work with! Highly recommend :)
Cooperative and creative. Thank you!
Clüster* was wonderful to work with & translated my vision from word to visual perfectly. Really appreciative & happy.
- Martin the Designer
Excellent as always!
- ADIL ALBA
Great Job! As what we expected, it is cute, simple and easy to remember.
How ericpZ started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Polyachiever (You don't have to use the word - just a great image is the important part - the word isn't necessary but try if you like)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I've written a book called "Polyachiever," and I'd like to use the logo on the actual book cover (as well as the website, business cards, etc). Polyachiever means someone who achieves greatly in multiple areas, not just one. That might mean being promoted regularly at a day job, while also winning a surfing championship, or being a full-time mother of 3 who also starts a charity to help inner city children. It might mean first becoming an inventor and later an author. It's doing more than just one thing...but doing them all well. The target audience for this is businesspeople and also some of the self-help or personally motivated crowd. Entrepreneurs, creative people wanting to do their work while having a day job, etc. I'm looking for imagery and colors that represent this concept, and keep that audience in mind. It's critical that the logo is scalable to all sizes (very high DPI), and I know the font name so I can use it elsewhere on the cover, like in the subtitle, author name, and tagline later on.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Please feel free to select colors that you think would best stand out on a business or self-help book. I'd like to see what you think would look best.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Please take a look at some of the bestselling books in business and self-help that are out there now. I'm thinking simplicity above all else. The reason I chose the images I did was because someone had created a picture or shape that represented the idea of the brand. The pictures you come back with should, without needing words, describe what a Polyachiever is. For example, if you could weave something representing "career" with something representing being a writer, with something representing being an artist, singer, dancer, etc. - or ALL of these - that would be awesome. If you can make up a metaphor and use in your design, that would be great! So, for example, it takes many branches to make a tree. Having a big neat looking tree as the logo might represent this well. Or, it takes two sides of an arch to hold up the arch, so having an arch on the book cover would be a neat idea too (I could write about how that would work). I'm looking forward to your ideas and attempts!