Fantastic work. This was the second job I hired her for. Highly recommend.
Absolutely love the design! I had ideas but was happily surprised by their unique look at my request. They took all my ideas, ran with it, and adjust to fit exactly what I needed. I highly recommend to others!
This designer was the first one to present an idea. He provided a great color pallette and great ideas. He was flexible when we changed our plan and provided changes quickly. He took our feedback and provided several different ideas to incorporate them. We're glad he won and look foward to working more with him.
How ethayne started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Cinema Mastery is an online training resource for filmmakers to learn the techniques to make cinematic commercial films, and attract high paying clients to their business.
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Clever mark, but not over the top. Clean typography.
Bold, abstract shapes
Bold, abstract shapes
Nice clean typography and mark. Too literal though.
Bold font, works well on solid background color.
Don't love the font, but it is simple and somewhat abstract.
Clean, bold, simple shapes and nice typography.
- Our current website is: http://www.cinemamastery.com
- I recommend checking out the first few videos on our website to get a sense of the type of cinematography we teach people how to create: http://www.celadorastudios.com
- Preferably don't include symbols related to education. Also try to avoid old-looking, dated filmmaking symbols (film strips and film cameras are not used much these days, and the course is focused on digital cameras).
- I usually prefer black and white with maybe one accent color, but am open to other ideas. Should be able to display on black, white, or solid color.
- No intricate designs; I prefer more bold, abstract shapes.
- I am open to typography-based designs as a possibility.
- If you include a mark related to filmmaking (eg. camera, slate, play button, spotlight, etc.), it should be subtle and/or abstract.
- Some favorite fonts: Gotham, NeutraFace, DIN, Bebas Neue, BUT open to other options!