Excellent responsive designer who couldn't do more to help find the design we were looking for.
It was a pleasure working together. Very prompt, responsive, and understood direction very well. Extremely happy with the final outcome.
How brevitext started their logo design journey
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We write short, inexpensive e-books that teach MBA (Masters in Business Administration) concepts. We are the anti-textbooks. We cater to a younger demographic who prefer to pay a few dollars to learn about a concept like "Supply and Demand" rather than paying several hundred dollars to buy a several-hundred page textbook on "Accounting." So, while we would like the logo to look clean and professional, we would like a younger, sleeker, more modern look that differentiates from school textbook covers, and is consistent with a shorter, more informally-written book.
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1. This logo will go not only on our website, but also on e-book covers, so high resolution is key. (Kindle book covers are currently 1563 x 2500 pixels but would like some room to grow).
2. We are currently publishing these books using our company name and logo Brevitext. That logo can be found at http://www.brevitext.com ... We now want to publish under the moniker "MBA Buster" for clearer branding. Here is a link to one of our currently-published books whose cover will switch over to the new logo design: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B0050CKHVK
3. Haven't seen anyone in the first round go with a mascot/character mentioned in this design brief, but I would like to see this explored. Given the whimsical nature of this product, what about a Dog? "Buster" could therefore be a double-entendre for Buster the Dog (who knows business), and the fact that the series helps students "bust" business concepts!