arthesia did an amazing job! from the beginning, the logo really aligned to the brief and collaboration throughout the contest was great. thank you arthesia!
- Lemonetea design
Creative, fast and so easy to work with. Thank you, Peter! Love our new logo and business card.
- naufal rizky
Serious and great designer
- I love her
great great patience and amazing prompt service!!
How jessf787 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
straTHINKgic is a strategy lifestyle blog for people looking for a different way to think.
The brand (and logo) should come off as an "Edgy Nerd" - a brand that is thought provoking, clever and direct, and also edgy* and chic in style.
(see design inspiration examples and the additional notes provided below)
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This is too girly for straTHINKgic, but I like how chic this looks and how there is a small icon that symbolizes the brand baked into the brand name
I like the edge that this font and logo convey of the brand
I like that the top layer can be used alone and the bottom layer shows the brand name in an edgy type
I like how edgy this looks
This is cool
I like how your eye is drawn to one letter
1. I’d like to see an "EDGY Nerd" design that would appeal to women and men
2. I'd like the name of the brand, straTHINKgic, to be included in the logo design
3. Although the "THINK" is likely the focal point of the brand name. I find strategic visuals (see #4 below) to be a more intriguing layer for the logo
4. What comes visually to mind when I think of the purpose of straTHINKgic is a “football play sketch” – it essentially looks at a situation and strategizes a series of moves that leads to victory (NOTE: I included a visual example of what a football play sketch is in the references section). A second strategic visual that comes to mind is the game of chess (ie. a chess piece, like a king/queen/bishop/knight). I’m open to having any of these visual strategic elements as an overlay OR as a component to the logo to quickly get the point across (I'm also open to other ideas)
-I do not* want the logo to look cheap, corny or cheesy. Ideally, the logo is edgy/chic enough for people to like it enough to wear it on a shirt – similar to a fashion brand