This designer was absolutely tops. He was immediately responsive and created an outstanding design right from the start . The rest of the group was pretty mediocre and worst of all - unresponsive. I am quite picky with a strong artist bent. I was extremely surprised and delighted to connect with MrHamster and get his professional execution. A+ rating.
Lustin9x came up with creative designs that were in line with what we expressed we were looking for and was super patient with us throughout the process. He was really a pleasure to work with.
Perfect Work. Everytime again
How massageforamerica started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Massage For America
What’s your company slogan?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide mentoring and expand college support services for go-getters who have financial barriers, so they can succeed in the field of massage therapy and develop the skills needed to become leaders that give back to their communities. Our target audience are the go-getters with financial barriers looking for opportunities and the community-based organizations who wish to support the success of future massage therapists.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
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
I like the boldness and simplicity of this logo
I like the style of this logo
I like the modern feel of this logo
I like the simplicity, but it may be too cartoony
I like the boldness, but it may be too abstract
I like the simplicity
I like the flowing outline of 2 different images merged into one
I like the design around the wording
I like the sleek look to this logo
I envision being able to combine the concepts of the 2 attachments I uploaded: many handprints of different sizes, overlapping or not, grouped together to form the shape of the continental US. I don't necessarily like the cogs that form the "USA" image, but I like the concept of using smaller, bold figures to form the overall image of the continental U.S.