Excellent responsive designer who couldn't do more to help find the design we were looking for.
Best designer in 99 designs. This is the 4th project I am doing with David and each one comes up better than the other!
- Alif NK
Great designer an I’m sure the company will go far.
- R a c o o n !!
Fantastic and easy to work with. Very patient with the changes, but really understood in the end what we were looking for and delivered. Would use this designer again!
How dean G1 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Growing With Dance
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We teach Dance Programs to 5 to 13 year olds within their schools.
We specialise in providing male teachers in the female-dominated dance and education sector.
Our main customers are the teachers and principals of the schools.
They are well educated and predominantly female, around 26 to 55 years old.
We aim to become a global company over the next 5 years so the logo should be simple and memorable, and fit in online on different devices.
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A logo for our company.
We want a logo that represents the professionalism and education focused aspects of our company. Something that shows teachers that we are a high end company, and that we are approachable and child-friendly.
We want to use blue & purple or teal & purple design colours, with a possible element of gold/yellow eg. outline or sphere/head.
An idea is to utilise the D and C of the company name. Combining them in a way which looks artistically like a dancer, whether those letters are interwoven or not would be up to the designer's creativity. It would be a bonus if the logo portrays some masculinity to reflect that we are men seeking to inspire and educate youth.
Ultimately, we want a sophisticated design that can appeal to principals, teachers and children - without being childish.
The design should be landscape in orientation, either 16:9 or 4:3.
The drafts I have attached are crude but show the idea of using the D and C as limbs for a dancer. Naturally, a designer would be able to do this far more artistically.