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- Rita Harty®
Excellent job and really responsive
Great mind and very patient with all our design changes!
How dmicele336 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Bird's Eye Yoga
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Yoga and Pilates based business. Classes for groups, private sessions and onsite at corporations. Offer sessions For yoga and Pilates personal training and coaching No particular target audience other than for upscale adults.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Too corporate and too treading not timeless
I like the colors. Bolder and exciting than quiet and laid back. Sophisticated font
Not compelling- can't tell what the business is
Doesn't communicate much
Too stuffy- not welcoming. Needs to be lively
Excellent entries so far. I thought it might help to understand the meaning behind the business name. You dont need to be so literal about the birds eye.
There were five princes. When they were taking archery lessons from a famous master, one of the five princes became known as the greatest of them all. On one occasion, a visitor — a wandering minstrel — comes to the archery school and sees the five princes practicing. To him all of them appear extraordinarily good, nothing discriminates one from the other. When he encounters the master with his observation and asks him why one is picked as the greatest, the master leads him to the five princes. The master asks each prince to take aim at, but not shoot, the eye of a bird sitting on a tree. When they are ready, he asks each of them, 'What do you see?' The first prince says he sees the bird's eye, the tree branches, flowers, and the sky beyond. The second prince narrows the list somewhat, but when it is the turn of the prince who is known to be the best archer of them all, he says, 'Revered Master, it's strange. I don't see anything except the eye of the bird.'
The moral — supreme concentration on the task at hand; allow no distraction or doubt.