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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
We are an in-home personal training and private cooking instruction service. We want to convey that a healthy lifestyle does not mean restrictive or boring food and militant exercise routines. I want my logo inspire people to make a change in their life. I want them to feel comfortable receiving this service in their home. I am appealing to folks from all walks of life but mostly people who don't want to go to a gym. I guess they should feel like this logo is an inspiration for them to participate in activity they thought only could occur in a gym setting. And feel comfortable letting me into their home and life. Our service is very personal.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
I definitely don't want my logo to be my company name with like a tomato and some fruit behind it. Text and image is my preference. I'd also like the image to be able to stand alone. Even though the name is healthy habits I would like the logo to have a bit of an edge. I may even change the name at some point. I am into organic foods and grass-fed humanely treated animals, stuff like that. But I don't want the typical food pyramid colors and weird face-less beings walking up stairs! I want to be able to put the logo on a chef coat and aprons but also t-shirts. So it needs to work with food and fitness but doesn't have to be exclusively either or even a physical amalgam of both. Think integrated.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
One chef's logo I like is www.ludolefebvre.com. And this one www.carnevino.com which blends two things. This last one is not special except the fact that it is more unique than the typical fitness logo: granthillfitness.blogspot.com.
My current webpage is www.healthyhabitsfoodandfitness.com That logo is just a VistaPrint placeholder, I'm not necessarily looking for a logo that has that same swirl, I just picked it because it sort-of conveys the idea of integration.
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