Great and Exemplary work. The design stood out from day one. Quick to respond and ideas conveyed was executed with ease and perfection. He is going to be be our designer here on. Have 3 projects in the offering and he is our man. Brilliant work. Kudos!!!
- nitin a
Excellent as always.
Quick and open to ideas.
- Happy-Me Ltd
Did everything we asked for and was very responsive to our requests.
- tian haz
Great logo, and a great designer. Annas finished my project within days and I couldn't be happier with the results!
Has been great to work with. Over-delivers to make sure that my vision is correct, and communicates rapidly. We will continue to use them for future projects and continue to recommend.
How Trapped started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are an entertainment company operating what is known as a Real Life Escape Game Room. The game involves physically locking players inside various themed rooms, from which they need to escape within a limited time frame by solving puzzles and hunting for clues. For more information please refer to the following link:
The brand name is "Trapped" - non-case sensitive so please feel free to be as creative as possible! Thanks and looking forward to working with you!
The primary target audience is young adults - students and young professionals aged anywhere from late teens to early 30s. If you are adventurous, curious with a knack for using your logic, reasoning, deduction and observation skills to outwit the unknown, then this game is for you.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Games & Recreational
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The ideal logo should be able to clearly convey the nature of the game at a glance, also create an atmosphere of mystery and suspense (less on the horror). For example, incorporate an image, symbol or design featuring keys, doors, locks etc. is just one of many possibilities. Keeping it simple but impactful is vital.