I thought the designer adjusted very well during the contest. I was originally going with another design. But he must have noticed I like the sword and shield feel to the logo design and he was able to make an adjustment that made his design my favorite.
I am in love with this design!! It was so unique and spot on compared to the others in this contest. Cherry57 was very responsive and receptive to feedback. Highly recommend!
always super fast to respond and understood my feedback and amended design to suit.
How senida.kiehl started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Excellence in Expat Education
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Awards and quality assessment for International Schools around the world. Users are school masters/ mistresses as well as parents of children living abroad
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The letter E on top. While the writing remains serious and professional, the design of E makes it sophisticated.
The writing is clear, the design on top, while simple, gives it a twist of sophistication.
the edges used to form letter E could be used to shape a diamond.
The two Rs which give a sense of luxury to a simple name.
I'd like a logo that looks classical with a little twist. I'd like it to incorporate a diamond in it. In the samples provided I really liked the one called Elements (The concept of movable edges of E could be used for the diamond, I also liked the clear font). I also liked the twist of letter R in Sarah Bashford. I also liked Promoticus, very similar to Elements. The diamond needs to have 4 corners, due to the concept of the Excellence in Expat Education Award. There are four corner stones for a school to win the award and I'd like the diamond to represent these 4 corners.