We had a really great experience with 1Arts and 99 designs. It was so nice to have the opportunity to give feedback mid-process and 1Arts was super responsive and patient with our many requests :). These designs were right on point with our brief!
How Till & Ben started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Become a Social Beast!
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our company gamifies self-development. The logo is for a game that challenges you to step out of your comfort zone on a regular basis. Examples would include: Looking a stranger in the eyes for a long period of time, call a stranger on the phone, ask for a favor, bark like a dog in the subway, lay on the ground in the middle of the sidewalk, order a pizza at McDonalds
Our target group is young, male, between 16 and 28, who want to do fun and crazy stuff. They are ambitious, have big dreams and want to be successful in life. They want our app as a mean to grow through a powerful system. Young enterpreneurs, Pick up artists and Pranksters are the main groups targeted.
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 logo is for our product not our company. It will also be the App Icon, one used on our merchandise and we will also need a favicon.
The target group has a strong need for a concept of steps, or system, incorporating this in the logo might be interesting. Otherwise, a concept of circle representing the comfortzone and other circle(s) respresenting the area we aim for might also be interesting if not too complex.
Attached logo examples are mostly to help you understand the concept not as a guideline to design a logo.
The slogan and the name of the app can be physically separate from the image of the logo.