Great designs and very helpful! I was given a variety of logo choices and was impressed by all of them. Was also helpful during the handover and gave me everything that I asked for. Very responsive and timely.
How Matthew121277 started their logo design journey
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Our customer writes course material about their products and enrolls students. We do everything else.
We organize training courses and seminars for major IT corporations. They provide the course material and the students, we organize training rooms, qualified and experienced instructors, print the material, provide food, tea and coffee for lunch and breaks, and run satisfaction surveys.
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I'd like to avoid the obvious logo of a locomotive. It's not totally ruled out - if you have a great idea using one show it to me - but I can't see how a loco and training mix. Don't put the letter '8' from 'Tra8n' on it's side - it will make the name look like 'Troon'. I'm leaning towards an abstract logo which shows movement and achievement, perhaps goals as well. I really like logos where the letters are formed out of abstraction. A simple case is the IBM logo where the letters 'I' 'B' and 'M' are formed with bars. Another, more flowing dynamic example is the Hordur Carlson logo (http://kenaesthetic.com/portfolio/p…lsson.html)