A new, clean, simple, updated logo for my DogTrainingZone.com brand. This can incorporate the .com component or not, depending on what works best with the brand. When the project is finished, and I've paid for the logo, I want to own the copyright to the logo with no strings attached. (I imagine everyone wants that, just want to be clear!)
I have had http://www.DogTrainingZone.com up since 2002, and it needs a facelift. Once I have a new logo, I need to create a new look for the website, one that will fit into the "revolution" theme I plan to use to relaunch the DogTrainingZone.com website. Here's what the revolution theme looks like:
I want a total revamp from the old http://www.DogTrainingZone.com. I want my logo to be simple, clean, and easy to understand. Something that later can be morphed to hats, t-shirts, stationery and so on.
I admit, I like what I have up on the site, it just seems old and outdated. Also, it is not easy for me to manipulate the two images that make up the header at http://www.DogTrainingZone.com. I want something that is easy to manipulate.
Once I have the logo, I want to design other elements for the site to reflect the new logo.
I love dogs, and if you want to include dogs in the design, I tend to like the cluster of dogs in the upper right of http://www.DogTrainingZone.com, the dog in the book cover there, and my own dog, pictured with me, further down the page. FYI, I've written books on Labrador Retrievers, Golden Retrievers, Great Danes, German Shepherds and a few others. I also like, to my big surprise, golden doodles.
- Logo can use DogTrainingZone.com or just DogTrainingZone
- I want a logo that I can use in the header cross the top of a "revolution" themed website. Here's what the revolution theme looks like: http://www.revolutiontheme.com/city/
- I may want to later use the logo on all sorts of things like caps, t-shirts, mugs and stationary
- I want it to keep the logo simple, neat, easy to grasp.
- I want the logo delivered in a vector format like that produced by Adobe Photoshop or Adobe Illustrator
- I tend to like the red, yellow, blue colors of my old http://www.DogTrainingZone.com website, though I am not wedded to them. I actually could imagine a logo with just black ...
- Probably best if transparent background so logo can be placed anywhere and on any web page
- I don't want a "cutesy" logo.