I am young marketing professional looking to differentiate myself from the rest of the marketing professionals and capture a future employer's attention with my ability to brand myself in a professional and appealing way.
The below summary is taken right out of my resume:
"Energetic, multifaceted marketing professional with a specialization in project management looking to join a brand team in creatively reaching target markets, developing strategies for market competitiveness, and efficiently managing projects. Proven ability in product launches, new campaign development, strategic planning, and event management. Excellent at solving problems, developing processes, and executing initiatives."
Middle marketing managers in Consumer Products and Goods (Kraft, Pepsico, etc) and Healthcare/Pharma Companies (Walgreens, American Medical Association, Baxter, etc)
The CPG sector tends to be creative oriented and younger while the Healthcare sector is more professional/simple and older. I would like to find a balance between targeting the two.
I am aiming to visually communicate concepts of results, precision, quality, speed, strategy, strength and sophistication/boldness in the logo.
The final design should intrigue the audience into wanting to learn more. It should aim to communicate "I can solve problems for your business"
The logo needs to incorporate the full brand name and a simple symbol/icon as well. Ideally, the icon would be a representation of a combination of the above concepts. I want to avoid anything too fancy/engraving looking as well as anything too feminine - however, please don't get stuck into the gray/bloc schematic as that has been too harsh.
Final use of the image will be in word documents, business cards, thank you notes and letterhead as well as webpages. Please consider size implications for all of these mediums when developing.
I'm open to ideas on color scheme but want to avoid pink and bright red, same goes for pastel colors
The final file format should include jpegs and print ready files (CMYK) as well as web files.
I have attached my original vision that I mocked up for an idea of what I am thinking, but this should only serve as a reference and not creative direction
Please no stock images or clipart