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How Bridgett started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
4 Fit Diet
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
4 Fit Diet is dedicated to helping people lose/maintain their weight by offering pre-packaged food/meal plans that will be shipped to them.
They will be able to join online and will have the option of working with a coach that will provide feedback/suggestions.
Within the next few months the website will also offer the ability for the user to go in and answer a series of questions and once completed a meal/fitness plan will be tailored to their needs.
Within the next 3-6 months the site will also offer fitness equimpment (jump ropes, excercise bands, mats, hand weights etc.)
The site will be very clean/2.0, lots of white space so we would like the logo to be clean and modern.
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We would like to see if their is a cool treatment that can be done around the number 4 so it can act as an icon as well as being part of the company name. Also, since it is a brand that will be centered around fitness and nutrition and will continually grow to offer more things we would like there to be a look of motion in the logo.
Main age group will be women 20 -50 but there will be marketing efforts to target the male audience as well so we don't want anything too feminine or masculine.
audience will be interested in losing 5-50 lbs. some people may have limitations as far as fitness due to sports injuries etc. and others will be after both the diet and fitness aspect.
We look forward to seeing designs!
The site will be very similar to the look of the http://www.monavie.com site. But we definitely want to explore a deep orange complimented by greys for our color scheme. We are open to seeing another color introduced that compliments the orange if it is needed for the treatment that would be explored to make the 4 in the logo an icon.