Excellent designer. Listens and executes to every request. Fantastic!!
- David & Graphics
He was creative, responsive and took some risks. Very professional!
- - JIGGI -
creative input with the logo
Always a pleasure to work with! I love all the content she has created for me. I am completely satisfied :)
Very easy to work with. His talent shines!
- Sara Blackburn
She really helped to make my vision come to life in my logo - it is EXACTLY what I wanted!! She also was very quick to respond and listened to the feedback I provided. I would definitely recommend and work with her again!
How sufi.mohamed started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
AfroPowerFit is an emergent style of fitness programs that combines the basic elements of ballet with aerobic exercise and movements based on traditional African dances.
This program is designed so that the entire body is immersed in entertaining and dynamic form during one lesson and in just 72 hours it is possible to see the results that motivate the next exercise.
The AfroPower Fit program consists of three levels of physical performance so everyone can choose the level that best suits them. It is an appropriate exercise program for group lessons and for all ages.
The AfroPowerFit program aims at maintaining or improving physical fitness, weight loss, shaping figures, building strength and elasticity of muscles whilst improving bodily coordination.
Target market: Women between 15-65
*PLEASE NO ELEPHANTS*
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Please take a look at the attached pictures for reference. The overal feeling of the logo should be very warm.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the feminine cursive style here
This logo is very elegant, and minimal
The cursive feminine style
The African focus
The purple one looks great, there's some authority here.
This looks like a guy I know, it really stands out
The saharan focus is interesting
I like the the native aspect of this
The picture depicts a reference to native African tribal clothing, however, a simple google image search yields several results for African fashion. Please attend to the styles of African culture, but also modern enough to introduce to a European market.