Responsive and a really nice style. He made the changes I requested and I am very content with the results.
I needed a logo for TapeConverters.com and had loads of boring standard designs with tapes and arrows to DVD's etc but with no creativity or anything different. This submission was miles ahead of the rest and was my instant winner. I chose it before the competition had even ended. The designer is very talented and very easy to work with and cannot recommend enough. Good stuff :-)
How Thebalder started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
the bigger and balder
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
'Dos comrades' with a combined marketing & communication experience of more than 15 years decided it was time to embark on a crusade. We felt creativity in sport marketing was lacking. So we decided to openly discuss sport marketing initiatives through our blog. We are not afraid of having disruptive, controversial points of view on these initiatives and aim to shake up the industry.
The ideal followers of our blog are the marketing/communication executives of A-sports brands (e.g. Nike), sports clubs and brands that are linked with sports (e.g. Coca Cola, Red Bull)
Our blog will be called 'the bigger and balder', as this is what we as early 30iers are becoming: bigger and balder. And so, to have some unique content on our blog, to give it some flair, we decided to take up a personal challenge: we will be training and preparing ourselves to run a marathon and keep our followers up to date by offering them unique (video) content, insights and share our personal experiences (the good and the bad).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We think our logo should stand for 'young', 'cool', 'fun', 'revolution' (a bit like the Red Bull brand). It may look like the lasted trendy logo's used for internet startups, but may also be retro or even manga-style. It may also refer in a funny visual way to our blog's title: the bigger and balder.
The font type used in the logo should/could also become the final font type for our blog.
At the end, it should represent our passion for sport and marketing/communication.