Excellent designer. Listens and executes to every request. Fantastic!!
Great designer. Fast, good taste for our style product, understands revision suggestions and can understand our requests. Can make micro revisions and isn’t hesitant to try versions. This work will benefit our product for sure
How MaureenDances started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Grassland Dance Academy
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Grassland Dance Academy or GDA for short is a small family owned dance studio in Franklin, TN. Our target audience is primarily teenage girls and mothers in their late twenties, early thirties. While our primary audience is females I don't want a logo that is too girly as we do have a few boys.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Our primary colors are grey, white and black so I tend to prefer dark shades.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Love the simplicity and the fonts
Love that it looks like a stamp
Simple but effective. Very creative too
Love this font
Simple but effective. Color combo works very well
We have had our studio for about 5 years and we are looking to renew our website and logo. I've attached high resolution pictures of our current logo.
As a small dance school, we often enter local dance competitions and our students wear sweatshirts and sweatpants with our logo. I'm looking for a logo that would print well and look cool on fabric. Our current logo looks good on screen but it's not very clear on anything else.
I would like GDA to be the main focus of the logo and not Grassland Dance Academy. If we can incorporate both in one and still make it look good, then I'm all for it. If not, the full name can go as long as GDA is there.
As far as colors go, our main colors are black, grey and white. We have a shade of pink that's on the logo but it's not being used anywhere else so it can be changed. In fact I would prefer to tone that pink down a little bit or change it altogether.
While our audience is 90% girls, we do have a few boys and boys are usually not fond of pink.