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Tell us what you need
What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
Education and Universities
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
- STEM meets Arts & Crafts
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
No preference. We will be looking for a font for our company name, as well as the graphic to accompany it. This will be incorporated in all elements of the business (website, stationary, business cards, marketing)
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
It would be most advantageous for the designer to familiarize themselves with the upcoming MakerSpace initiatives, to illicit design elements for this project. These are workshop-based studios which merge arts and technology, allowing the participant to create and invent. This movement is based around the DIY methodology, promoting open source projects, and encouraging collaboration. Of interest will also be the international Maker Faires.
A large component of the Make movement is the technological component. I describe it as "Arts and Crafts" meets STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math). With children, the focus will be on creating over inventing (picture paint-covered kids, not eyebrows fried off ;).
I am weary of the design leaning too heavily on tech. The design should not have excessive technological wires and components, gears and widgets. I want to invite in learners, rather than set them apart from a world they don't yet believe they can be participate in. I want kids to enter without intimidation of technology, and then once hooked realize they CAN achieve.
Tinker Tailor will be bringing this concept to children, allowing them to create and build, encouraging their imagination and innovation. The feel needs to reflect: creativity, technology, tinkering, inventing, all range of arts & crafts, robotics, building and engineering...at a playful child level.
The design must appeal to both genders, and not be exclusive to one. It must appeal to children, and yet be professional to draw in parents.
The base colour needs to be green RGB 179/21//53. Attached is a font file we find appealing, simply as an example.
** note, this is our first exposure to crowd-sourced design, and we have not experienced a personal testimonial nor reference to this site. With a tight timeline (we need to be in print for March 1) we are MORE THAN EAGER to secure a design. To address that this project is not "Assured" however is simply a reflection of unfamiliarity in this process. We are hopeful that the designs submitted will leave us excited to narrow down to one, vs scrounging to build one up. It's hard to imagine we won't find appeal, however we are choosing to not assure the project in the ODD case we are left dissatisfied. Please don't doubt our participation in your choice to involve yourself. We are ready to be Wow'ed!
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