Design a Logo for a Tutoring Company
- Tila: Closed
- Palkinto: $90
- Vastaanotetut työt: 28
- Voittaja: moro2707
I need a logo that will stand out on my website. The background color behind my logo will be beige (specifially: #F6F1DE). My website is currently being totally re-designed and I need a new logo. See attached image "[url removed, login to view]" and you'll see the colors I need you to use. NOTE: the new background for logo will now be #F6F1DE and not the darker blue you see in "[url removed, login to view]".
I have a piece of artwork (attached - have the copyright to it and can supply it if needed) that you should use: it's a question mark and I want to keep the 3D look and make it look even more 3D - I've also attached a sketch I made in pencil of how I'd like the words "Wheres" (no apostrophe) and "My" and "Tutor" spread into the body of the question mark's top part (not the period - that's the mascot/man/icon - just leave that alone except for the color). The artwork's blue color is NOT CORRECT - please adjust and make the entire question mark this dark blue color: #68788F. I think the "Wheres" / "My" / "Tutor" colors can be any combination of the white you see (#FFFFFF), the lighter blue you see (#AECFE2), and the green you see that's lower down in the "[url removed, login to view]" (#518523). You can even try working the bright green in if you'd like too: #00FF00
Going for a very 3D look, so make the text within the question mark bubbly/embossed/drop shadows - whatever you need to do.
End result: I need a vector file with:
1. Just the logo's question mark portion
2. A second vector file that's the logo portion + the "Where's My Tutor" that you see in the original / old website -- off to the left of the icon/logo - those colors will need to change because they'll be on a beige background now of course (#F6F1DE), and the old block looking font does NOT have to remain - come up with something that matches your question mark work.
TIMELINE -- I need this done by today or tomorrow because my website design team cannot move on without it...
---> best to just do #2 and then cut it up to instantly get #1.
Note: the question mark will be about 120x120px on new site (this does not include the writing of "Wheres My Tutor" off to the right of the question mark, but keep that proportional to the old logo if possible - and the question mark part of the logo will need to get down to 60x60px once in awhile elsewhere on the site (just make a black/white version of this small one if you'd like)
“got what I wanted - a quick, easy, simple logo for my website. would hire again for a quick-turnaround logo. Thank you!”
jketcham, United States.