Kalyan Design did a fantastic job. Very responsive and quick to make any requested changes. Would absolutely work with again.
very professional and quick to respond to requests. Thank you very much!
SloveT did a great job for us, submitting a whole collection of creative designs, several of which ended up in our final review, despite very stiff competition from many excellent designers. SloveT's also worked tirelessly to make the modifications we requested. Even after the contest was over and the files had all been delivered, we needed an additional modification that SloveT executed for us immediately. Great designer! Great work ethic! Great person to work with!
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CHSPE Success! is a test preparation program that is designed to help child actors get ready for an academic test (the CHSPE) that allows them to work longer hours on set. The program is a combination of work completed online and in the classroom with instructors. Our students are around 16 years old. Since our program is for child actors, I would like something related to the film industry to be incorporated into the logo. Maybe a film reel or those cut signs.
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This is a logo I had designed for my previous venture. I like it somewhat, but I feel it is a bit too simple. Our program is designed to present students with the information that they need to pass the test and enough practice to perform exceedingly well on test day. We generally teach math, which students typically find boring and complicated but our material and instructors simplify the concepts and keep students engaged. I would like our logo to say that we are professional and knowledgeable about the material but also that we will keep it fun enough that a 16 year old won't want to pull their hair out after sitting through a lesson. We need to appeal to both parents (who are paying for the services) and students (who need to be engaged in order to succeed).