Rasyid is an excellent designer; his first design was spot on and required only little adjustment. He immediately understood the briefing and translated it into a design that fits our products and image. He's also been pro-active to provide a number of alternatives during the contest to allow us to choose, and has worked patiently and diligently to make the adjustments. Communications are easy, fast and polite. We continue to work with Rasyid on the brand guide and highly recommend to work with him.
How Conbro started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
On Court fitness & wellbeing
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We offer Cardio Tennis classes, Personal Training, and will have a website & blog focusing on fitness and wellbeing.
Target audience - students in schools, 'returning' tennis players, women 35-35 years.
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
Hi, I imagine the 'On Court' part of the name to be larger and the 'fitness & wellbeing' to be smaller. I will also have the 'Cardio Tennis' branding on my website, which is bright pink and blue with grey on it. Most of my training/fitnessclasses will be held on tennis courts in sunny Queensland, Australia. But I also want to incorporate videos, blog, images about health & wellbeing. I llke an Australian brand called Lorna Jane & her 'Move Nourish Believe' campaign & blog.http://movenourishbelieve.lornajane.com.au/ But she only targets the female market. Will be a bit too feminine for my site & working with teenagers. Thanks!