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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?

Live Happily Ever After (see logo style for more information)

What is your industry?

Consulting and Professional Services

What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

Warmth - Love and relationships are happy things in life. So we need to address this at the source of the emotion around the word love, relationships, etc.

Strength - There are other tools out there like ours but that do not address what we address. We want to stand out from the rest with a very professional logo that instantly builds credibility and trust.

Commitment - As our customers are taking this online survey to become more committed, we take a great level of seriousness when we built this survey so that it would help them know each other better. We want the logo to represent the care and commitment that we have for our customers.

What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)

Image + Text. I feel strongly about their being an element or image to the logo that can only happen when applied to a text logo. Some symbol or representation should be present in the logo.

The main text of the logo should say "Live Happily Ever After" but we also have a tagline that should say "Relationship Inventory"

Relationship Inventory replaces the words evaluation or survey since we don't want it to come along as anything less than what we're providing. What the clients receive is a total understanding of their relationship when they're done taking the survey.

Do you have any other info or links you want to share?

I've included some sample logos that grabbed my attention while looking through Google images. By no means am I looking for you to copy these and try to recreate them, but I wanted to show you some of the creativity out there for love and relationships.

I hesitate to say that I want or don't want hearts to be in the logo. They are very cliche but at the same time they are what represent love on a global scale. So I will not say whether or not I want hearts or not until I begin to see the logos coming in.

Lastly, we are targeting all levels of relationships. I tell you this because were looking to be there for all types of relationships, ie. dating, marriage, courting, gay marriage, traditional marriage, etc. So with that said, we don't want the logo to portray a couple getting married or wedding rings side by side just because they are just a portion of our market. We want to reach everyone who is in love or in a relationship that wants to gain more from it.


Here is our "aviator or target market"

In a relationship.
Want a relationship

Want the status of their relationship (or a Pastor does.)

May be in trouble and want to find a way to resolve the trouble.
May be having issues and cannot figure out why.
May be only one partner is unsatisfied with the relationship.

Hopes and Dreams People getting married.

Biggest fears:
Personal failed relationships
Been hurt in past
Parents did not have a successful relationship
One or both may not be sure as to what a successful personal relationship looks like.



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