Thanks for your patience and the logo, it is awesome!!!
All the best from Vienna
Awesome logo design!
pretty darn good for a Lebanadian
thank you for coming through with a great design!
How spacecenter started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Christa McAuliffe Space Center
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Using rooms that look like the bridge of a futuristic starship, we do simulations for field trips primarily with after school/space camp adventures in the evenings, weekends, and summer. Customers often describe it as stepping into Star Trek. Beyond our simulators we are looking to build a planetarium and rebranding that into our program is our primary purpose for getting a logo. We'd love to have something that we could use on our uniforms as a sci-fi communications badge that isn't a Star Trek insignia that can possibly tie into our business logo. For more information, see our current website at https://spacecenter.alpineschools.org/
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
Love the use of negative space
I like that the image can be recognized on its own without the text, but the text provides greater meaning.
Our current logo is shown here, but we'd like to have something completely new.
Something that represents a connection to our starship simulators and the new planetarium we will be building. Looking for something clean and possibly iconic.
- Incorporate "Christa McAuliffe Space Center" but keep in mind that the name "Christa McAuliffe" and description "Space Center" are equally important (though they don't necessarily have to be the exact same size and weight.)
- Our simulators are starships, not rockets nor space shuttles, so we would prefer something a little abstract if trying to incorporate spaceships in the design. Same for envisioning the planetarium, and don't confuse it with observatory.
- The winning design is going to have imagery that can be identifiable on its own if text isn't present. "Hey that's the Space Center logo"