Phoenix Computer Training
I’m a certified Adobe Expert and Instructor and an instructor in MS Office. I’ve created a successful niche for my business – I teach one on one, traveling to my clients’ offices to help them solve specific problems on real projects. I love working with folks and have a great rapport with my clients, from technical professionals to church group leaders on a mission. They know they can trust me to get them through a tough project efficiently, and that we’ll actually have fun doing it! My clients say that I’m friendly, helpful, patient, flexible and very knowledgeable. I see myself as a provider of solutions and an enabler – when a training session is over, my clients know how to do what they need to do.
I’ll be redoing my website soon and would like to start with a logo design that establishes my new look and feel. Here’s what I’d like to convey: a sense of solidity and confidence (as one of few certified Adobe Photoshop Experts I know my stuff), lightened with a mix of friendliness and ease. Assured. Inviting.
I have credit for 3 photos at Shutterstock.
Primarily professionals, ranging from architects to small business owners to social agency and technical pro’s who need to learn Photoshop, InDesign or Microsoft Office.
Logo may be a type mark or employ an icon, depending on your concept. If you want to play with the image of the Phoenix (my clients rising above their old limitations with new found skills!) then go ahead – but it’s not a necessary ingredient. With a font solid enough to convey professional competence, you can bring in a spot of whimsy, in color choice and/or a design element. Colors should echo the theme of friendly and inviting mixed with professionalism. So more complex than primary, and a base color that conveys trust to business (shade of blue) while remaining inviting to the non-business person.
I would like a logo that shows what my company does - computer training.
You can check out my website to discover more about me and to get a feel for the copy tone I’m using.
I’ve kept the website design completely neutral at this point, so as not to steer you one way or the other - I’d like you to have fun and be creative. When I have your great logo in hand, I’ll run a contest for website design. Enjoy. Thanks!