A designers challenge - taking three words that don't naturally flow together, and turning into a visual VERB, action-oriented and inspiring!
I'm looking for two logos that convey a single concept:
"What If Up" and "The What If Up Club."
For the first one, I'm looking for something that helps the reader follow the words without tripping. "What If Up" is a verb. It is a process I teach where people use the question "What If" in a way that inspires new possibilities. For example: "What if this logo totally rocks? What if people understand the concept completely based on one simple visual image?"
The opposite of "What If Upping" is "What If Downing," which uses the same What If question to damper creativity. "What if this woman is a whacko? What if nobody gets what I'm trying to convey?" Does that make sense? More info on my website at http://www.whatifup.com.
The What If Up Club is the logo we will use for groups that gather to practice the "What If Up" process.
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- I don't want a question mark used as a design element... I've found that it confuses the reader and makes them read it like a question rather than a verb (I like to "What If Up." I'm a "What If Upper").