Very easy to work with. Gave me many samples and a great final design. Will definitely work with him again!!!!
- Jeff Hockings
How purajulie started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I am a dance fitness instructor and teach all ages and levels of fitness. My main type of music and genre of dance is latin, with some pop music and some hip hop added as well. I teach Zumba, salsa dancing, line dancing and emphasize individual fitness goals and having fun
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The obvious image would be a figure dancing and I am not that interested in something that obvious. I want to convey motion and fun and music without using musical notes. One of my slogans is "see you on the dance floor" which could be incorporated into the logo. My website and email name is "purajulie" which is a take off on the saying in Costa Rica "puravida" which means, roughly, it's all good, or, literally, "pure life".
I want to appeal to all levels of dance ability/fitness b/c I teach all ages and levels and one of the key features of my success is my ability to break things down and simplify them and make it fun and accessible. Many people tell me they have "two left feet" and I consider that to be a challenge I like to take on!
Please convey a feeling of "letting your inner dancer out" or "singing in the rain" "dance like no one is watching" I don't want just a stylized figure dancing....too obvious and overdone. Something unique and eye catching that reads well from far away. Colors and script/font are not as important as the image. I like when an image is contained within a form, like a square or circle or oval rather than just floating.