Thanks Mike-Z - You were great to work with...very responsive and a hell of a designer - we'll be in touch on our next project.
- chris LQ
From the start we were always inclined to his designs. He gave us many edits and changes that we requested with no issues. Very easy and professional to work with. We LOVE our logo. Thankssss AlrazStu!
How mkaplan started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Beyond Defense is a Middle and High School curriculum designed to create strong, powerful young women and raise awareness of the need for effective sexual assault prevention strategies in public education. Through a combination of classroom curriculum and hands on self defense training, Beyond Defense educates young women about setting boundaries, staying safe, and, if they need to, effectively fighting back: deterring, disabling, and/or escaping an assailant. We want to turn the phrase "fight like a girl" into a complement. Another huge component of the program is young women supporting one another and lifting one another up, as opposed to competing with one another. So it's not just about communicating that women are fierce powerful and able to defend themselves, but also that we strive to create a community of young women who uplift one another to embrace their strength and abilities.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Really want a beautiful bold aqua, black, and white.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Bold. Urban. Clean. Love the lines. Definitely a favorite.
This is too girly for, but I like the simplicity. Really like the shading on the text, and the way it has almost a luxe graffiti feel. Cons: It tells me nothing about the company and it too girly for us.
I like the clean boldness of of the design and the way it conveys two separate aspects of self defense. Still seems a little soft for us. Like the circle, though.
I do like the fist, I hate the painted fingernails. It also doesn't convey a very clear message in terms of belief about self defense.
I really like this one.
Its overall simplicity, clarity, and artistic style.
We'd really like something similar to the male kick boxer with the background encircled with dots and lines except for with a female figure.