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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?
What is your industry?
Entertainment and Sports
What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?
I would like it to represent the best of the best. I have been a major-league player looking to advance my unique instructional methods to players from the Little League to the professional leagues, individually or collectively. I want the logo simple, easy to read, easy to use on whatever I want including web pages, business cards, t-shirts, etc. I want the colors to be bright, inviting, action oriented. And I definitely would like to represent the "old days" since I played in the 60s and 70s, and managed and coached until a few years ago and the instruction today does not meet my standards.
What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)
The New York Yankee logo of the top hat and cane is as classy as there is. I don't have a particular style but am looking for creativity but something that may represent old time class, old school, the 1920's, days gone by. I've been drawn to the use of a baseball somehow in it because of how easily that references "baseball". I had thought that an old script font would look good but in using in on some simple samples I've done, they don't present the masculine feel I think they should; I'm open. I don't think I want something that is strung out across a page but would prefer something more concentric, concise that would fit on a vertical business care for instance. I am drawn to using old time baseball photos in the logo.
Do you have any other info or links you want to share?
If you were to Google "baseball infield instruction" you would find a multitude of sights that to me are way too busy, too confusing to navigate, and not specific. The site I put together will pinpoint only one aspect of baseball, fielding a ground ball. Simple, straight forward and nothing more. I could expand it but what I will offer is a unique instructional process for the indivdiual
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