Jessica was easy to work with and gave us a variety of design options to select from. I would highly recommend working with her!
The design turned out great. rnaggie followed the guidelines in the brief from the beginning and delivered a logo that was exactly in line with what we wanted. They also were responsive to our feedback and made the adjustments we suggested so the final product was just right.
It was a pleasure working with Alya, who was very quick to answer questions, make changes and go above and beyond the brief! I would definitely use again!
I'm 100% satisfied - Ugraphic is reliable and made changes swiftly and without much ado, just to my liking. Time difference was sometimes a little tricky, but overall there is definitely enough time at hand to always find a solution together. I can only recommend him!
- tabea w.
How mindy.michalek started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Project Management Academy
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Project Management training for professional individuals and for groups within organizations. The target audience would be heads of IT, PMOs, heads of Leadership & Development and individuals within organizations looking to take training. We also offer other types of training, and would like to minimize the current use of the word "Project" in the logo, with the idea of eventually eliminating it.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We want to retire the logo in it's current form (projectmanagementacademy.com) and give it a more modern feel (no more graduation cap). We'd like it to have a mature business feel, while being more modern than it's current state. If possible, it'd be great to showcase growth (because working with us you'll grow your career and/or your business). We considered the idea of incorporating an icon, like a compass, because it sends you in the right direction and it's trustworthy, but we're open to other/similar ideas. Please minimize the word "Project" out of the 3 words in the logo, with the idea of eventually eliminating it. Please do not use "PMA" in the logo design.