Great design and innovative ideas. m@nRAY came up with ways to visually capture my brand that I hadn't even thought of — but that my audience has really responded to.
Very nice work. Took the time to submit several variations of a potential logo and listened carefully to the directions I provided.
Our designer Abelley created a fun logo for our salon. We asked to see it with minor adjustments and they did quickly. It’s was easy and enjoyable watching our logo come alive.
We are extremely happy with Raj's concepts and final designs.
He was given an challenging brief with little information.
Raj carefully crafted exactly what we wanted and stuck to all our requirements.
With this designer there was no talk back or complaining that we were limiting their creative genius; Raj kept to the brief and patiently worked with us as we constantly changed our original brief to suit.
We are very happy with Raj's prompt replies and new designs that made this competition every bit exciting as it was rewarding.
Thanks again Raj.
I do hope we will work together again shortly.
Excellent design and fast response to our feedback/revision requests. Re;van's design beat out over 810 others and also won both of the polls we sent out with over 100 responses. We highly recommend re;van for graphic design.
How Rvsmall started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
RVS EDU LINKS
What’s your company slogan?
Rachel V. Small: EDUcational Liaison for INtegration in K+ Schools
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am an educational consultant. (I can't use the word consultant because there is a huge negative connotation with teachers so I've used liaison.)
I teach teachers and staff members how to integrate technology (including but not limited to Google Apps for Education) within their brick and mortar and/or online classrooms.
I guide teachers to become more innovative and adaptive in their practice so that their students develop communication, collaboration and critical thinking skills to effectively and passionately obtain and apply information.
In addition to technology integration, I also specialize in literacy, process learning (i.e. portfolios), passion based learning, home school portfolio reviews, etc.
Target audience= all brick and mortar and virtual public and private schools.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Here's my full business name:
RVS EDU LINKS
Rachel V. Small:
EDUcational Liaison for INtegration in K+ Schools
For the symbol: perhaps a play on the work links? Or just RVS?
I definitely want the logo to have the web 2.0 feel.
I LOVE the ocean and plan most of my business to be in Seacoast New England and California...
I'm also passionate about reading, writing, reflecting, trusting the process, working out, yoga, skiing, the mind-body-spirit connection... (Not sure if this may be relevant.)