Excellent work. Looking forward to continuing to work with this talented designer.
Thank you Gager, We'll be reaching out if we need anything else
Everything went great! I think the logo embodies the site and its purpose very well. NoPAd is a pleasure to work with, happy and quick to make modifications if asked and has a fantastic creative eye.
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The Society for the Quantitative Analyses of Behavior (SQAB) presents symposia and publishes material to advance a quantitative approach to understanding human and nonhuman behavior. Our target audience is vast, consisting mainly of student and faculty researchers (these researchers substantially range in age, but all share an interest in mathematical modeling of human and nonhuman behavior). Our audience is becoming much younger and we would like a logo that attracts this age group. We want to be modern and progressive, but not lose our academic roots.
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The logo should use the definite/indefinite integral symbol as the "S" in SQAB; thus, the acronym SQAB should be part of the logo (See our current logo). We also want to have the following animals depicted in the logo: rat/mouse, pigeon, primate, and human. Our previous logo contained only a pigeon, but behavioral psychology research uses many other species today, so we want all four kinds depicted in a creative way. Avoid using images of the brain in the logo (researchers in our society study behavior, not just the mind/brain). We are also open to having images of mathematical functions (such as hyperbolas, parabolas, exponentials, etc.) in the logo, along with the four species. Do not use “cartoony” images of the animals.