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We run a website, which will be called The Literacy Bug. Currently, the website is titled Wittgenstein on Literacy (http://wittgenstein-on-literacy.com), and we are making the transition to calling the site and the organisation The Literacy Bug. We support volunteers in the community and at schools who support children and youth struggling with reading. We also provide general advice on literacy teaching. Our target audiences are teachers, volunteer tutors and people training to be teachers. Site content applies to early childhood, primary and high school literacy instruction.
Other color requirements
The current colour pallet of the website includes "reds" and "greys". That could be used as a starting point. That said, one or two more colours (like an orange tint) in the logo might help. I must admit that my colour sense is not as sharp, which is why I am outsourcing this logo.
There are a few items to note: First, the logo will be incorporated into an existing website. You can visit it at http://wittgenstein-on-literacy.com. Once the logo is complete and I have completed a new front/landing page, then I will transition to the new name and site (http://theliteracybug.com). In fact, if you visit theliteracybug.com, you will be re-directed to the Wittgenstein on Literacy site. Second, if it helps, I have attached the current logo for Wittgenstein on Literacy as a reference point, but I am also happy for designers to be creative. Third, the following is a link to the blog entry announcing the transition to The Literacy Bug: http://wittgenstein-on-literacy.com/journal/2015/19/2/coming-soon-the-literacy-bug. You will notice a placeholder logo for The Literacy Bug, which is based on my limited creativity. Fourth, I would also like to incorporate the logo as the "photo icon" for our social media sites: (https://twitter.com/theliteracybug) & (https://plus.google.com/+Theliteracybugnetwork). I am also happy to use a portion of the logo as the icon. I think that is it. In short, I am looking for an engaging logo for an existing site. The new name and website will appeal to a broader audience and will be a celebration of an exciting new direction. The new logo (or a portion thereof) will serve also as the social media icon. I will also use the logo on themed Powerpoint templates.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Logo design starts at ¥32,199.
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It all began with a design brief.
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