This job went great. Budibosbejo’s designs were exactly what we were looking for. He worked with us on some small changes to make it perfect. Communication was great and he was very responsive. Requested changes were made right away and all were done with great artistic insite.
- Varex Design ™
Varex immediatily caught our attention with his innovative and fresh designs. Not only was he able to follow the instructions we had posted, he even posted a couple of designs taking risks and trying out things we had not even suggested to try. We were so happy he did this, because at the end of the day one of his "risky" designs ended up really catching our eye. He eventually tweaked it and listened to all our comments to make the perfect logo. While doing all this, he even took the time to come up with different and new designs in case we ended up liking a different idea. He was great, and really helpful. Will definitely recommend him to anyone.
How kayla.casteel started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Balanced Training Fitness
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We offer semi-private and large group training to help improve the way people move with corrective exercise, functional strength training and metabolic conditioning.
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 image attached is one I came up with messing around in photoshop--come to find out, it's pretty similar to reebok's new logo. (Bummer!) I wanted something simple and clean-cut, and I like the colors orange and grey. I don't want anything with chains, skulls or flames, but I also don't want a logo that's too soft and looks like it's for a nutrition or yoga company--I want it to be inviting without feeling "girly" or "foo foo." Because the business is called Balanced Training, I also liked the idea of a triangle or some sort of symmetrical shape, I also like kettlebells as a representation of functional fitness--no machines here! I would also like FITNESS to be emphasized in the logo. I'd encourage designers to be creative and branch out, however, please DO NOT submit a logo that has a likeness of the human body--it's too cliche!!