We love the bold, simple, and modern design. The mark is distinct and highly visible, and very versatile across different mediums and channels. Great work!
This was our first design competition and we are extremely pleased with every step of the process. We look forward to possible future interaction, if the need arises.
- APaneInTheGlass LLC
- The Magical
He worked hard and provided many variations.
- Gillis Properties
Metong does excellent work. Fast at a reasonable price. Responsive to change requests.
How jymelot started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
The Space Trainer
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The Space Trainer is a patent-pending fitness, performance and rehab apparatus created by Mike Lewen DC, CSCS, dynamically based on Tri-Planar Resistance. Tri-Planar Resistance is the ability to coordinate resistance between more than two planes of motion simultaneously (via gravity or loaded weight and resistance bands), which allows an individual to access greater muscle firing, stability and coordination for a more efficient workout that enforces postural rehabilitation in every repetition. The Space Trainer is the model of efficiency and can be utilized for a smarter full body training experience in almost any environment (home, travel, office, outdoors) and it also has commercial fitness applications for individuals with access to heavier weight lifting options found at most gyms.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Other color requirements
Primary-royal blue, silver-gray; splash of gold or yellow somewhere
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The logo would like to include the inspiration of Bentley (Boston Terrier) smiling in a cosmonaught/space helmet as the name “Space Trainer” simply means individuals are able to obtain resistance training through more “space”; but always exploring the boundaries of creativity and potential, even if it is just exercise.
- Bentley (pdf image) is the Boston Terrier with the space helmet on--family pet featured in the slide show.