The designer did an excellent job on the initial task as well as was very responsive on all follow up. We are very impressed and will use them again.
- Shmart Studio
I am really happy with the design, he's the most creative designer I have worked with who thinks outside the box and suprises you with he's creativity. I will definately use him as a designer for my future work and recommend him to others :)
- Tito Piccolo
He did a great job.
Great to work with, quick response times and very patient with the number of changes we had
How Dojo.com started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
An upcoming premium casual gaming portal (Flash, HTML5, and mobile games). An example site with similar functionality would be kongregate.com (but our visual style would be very different).
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
-We want to subtly leverage the Japanese "Dojo" brand name, but do *not* want to be overly thematic in the lettering. "Fun" trumps "Asian".
-Discrete letters are also good because then we can animate each letter independently within our games (i.e. no cursive/connected letters).
-No cliched Asian fonts please. Also, custom lettering is a big plus!
For the mascot (displayed alongside the logo), we settled on a red fox because (1) it can vary between cute to aggressive depending on how it's presented, and (2) riffs off the "dojo" idea because it's a Japanese red fox, is sly, and has connotations to Japanese lore (kitsune fox spirit). We think the Samurai Jack art style is appropriate for our mascot.