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Starts:11-Feb-13 5:23 p.m. GMT
Ends:26-Feb-13 11:59 p.m. GMT
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Tails of Success
Consulting and Professional Services
Tails of Success is a dog training company. I want the logo to communicate professionalism, fun, and quality. I want it to look professional so that people know that my company is for real and that they can expect expert service. I want it to also be fun so that people can expect to have a good time if they bring their dog to me for training. I want the logo to also communicate quality.
I want the name "Tails of Success" in the logo. I'm not sure if I want a lot of image in the logo. I mainly want the text to be stylized. I was thinking maybe just having Tails of Success in a really nice font with like a dog tail hanging down from one of the letters or something. Whatever looks good though. I want the theme of a dog tail somehow incorporated into the logo. Honestly though, I'm not too picky; as long as it looks good and it communicates the things I want, I will like it. If you think more image is better, that is fine. These are some dog training websites with logos that I like: http://michaelellisschool.com/, http://www.bvdt.net/, http://www.calik9.com/#, http://www.animalbehaviorcollege.com/dogtrainer...
Again, Tails of Success is a dog training company. I am marketing towards upper-middle class, middle-aged women primarily; but I want the logo to appeal towards men as well. Mainly, I want the logo to be clear and understandable. I don't think I'm crazy about the really complex, complicated logo designs. I want it to be simple, yet creative and nice looking. http://michaelellisschool.com/, http://www.bvdt.net/, http://www.calik9.com/#, http://www.animalbehaviorcollege.com/dogtrainer...