We had a fantastic experience launching our first design contest with 99designs and so pleased with our new logo. Our winning designer is original, imaginative and was on brief with the first submission. Thank you!
- Leah M.
Collaborating with Skootcher on this logo design was a pleasure. His presentations were very professional and stood head and shoulders above most of the other designers. Nothing was too difficult for him and he listened to what we were saying. Design changes were handled promptly and our vision was always translated accurately into the design. In our opinion working with Skootcher enabled a fast and efficient workflow with great results. I would not hesitate recommending him and I will be using him in the future for sure. Top designer.
Fantastic designer. Great designs, very responsive, easy to work with, wonderful ideas.
How tempkeller started their logo design journey
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Templeton Learning Labs
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Templeton Learning, LLC is on a mission to reignite middle school students' motivation to love learning by building 21st century, supplemental learning labs that offer inspired mentors and individualized, best-in-class online and offline learning resources.
In a world where so many supplemental "learning centers" focus on "learning to know" that which will be on a test (and then often quickly forgotten), our target audience are kids and parents who are more interested in "learning to do" and "learning to be" that which will bring them joy and serve others.
More specifically, Templeton Learning Labs serves creative, aspirational middle-income public school families who are frustrated with the lack of mentoring and personalization their school affords, but who are priced out of private school options. We also serve homeschooling families seeking to develop additional skills and character in community, as well as “roam schooling” families exploring opportunities to make better use of their flexible schedules and considering opting out of traditional schools (public and private).
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