Bigfam went above and beyond when designing our icon. He is very quick to respond and deliver. He makes sure that the needs are met and doesn't have any hesitation tweaking and redesigning to fit your needs. He delivers perfect files in what ever form you may need. I would highly recommend him.
Sorry about the delayed reply towards the end, it ended up being a crazy week towards the end. Great working with you!
Initially, the first design had the feel but wasn't the right design elements, but i gave some feedback and then the next design was basically the right logo. With small tweaks after that, the design came together beautifully. Very easy to work with.
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Produces products such as talking-phrasebooks for learning languages on mobile devices for people traveling to different countries or at home.
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I'm looking for a fresh icon for a talking phrasebook app RollingTrain that helps travelers pick up useful phrases in a language quickly.
The name RollingTrain connotes three things - travel (train), language fluency (rolling), learning (training) and overall suggests learning momentum. A visual that connects these is desired.
Some ideas -
a. A train track splitting in the shape of an "r"
b. Train tracks coming from down a hill in perspective view, with a hint of a train visible over the hill.
c. A railway junction view from top, with a train entering
d. Smart train character wearing glasses to indicate learning
New ideas and fresh colors welcome.
I'd like to see some ideas with yellow and black colors (only) as they often relate to travel and train signs.
Current icon suggests a plane trip and can be seen at rollingtain.com.
It was designed before the name rollingtrain was chosen.
Desire an icon to better connect the name and the logo.
Some samples from internet attached below. The one with the train landscape is close to what we need .. needs to be more nerdy than strong though. These images are for reference only.