Little Things Matter
Little Things Matter is an educational video blog dedicated to helping people achieve greater personal and professional success by providing practical ways to focus on the little things they can do that will make a big difference in their life.
The creator of Little Things Matter has experienced both tremendous personal as well as professional successes over the past 20 years. It is his passion and desire to equip people with the knowledge he has obtained and to be a part of helping people fulfill their ultimate potential.
Little Things Matter’s brand is fresh, relevant, educational and encouraging. We are not overly corporate. The creator, Todd, will dress in casual business attire (no ties or jacket).
Our target market is men and women of all ages who want to achieve greater personal and professional success.
Title: Little Things Matter
Subtitle (to be used in the logo)- It’s the little things that make the biggest difference.
Colors We Like (all color shade variances we are open to except neon)
The logo can be a solid color or utilize more than 1 color- it is up to you.
Logo Feel: Professional, Fresh, Clean
NEW NOTE: We like the text to be all on 1 line so it reads straight across- little things matter. The font should be neutral, not overly masculine or feminine. The biggest thing we need is the creative element added to the text...
As a logo idea - It would be awesome to have many little things contributing to a greater thing.
Another idea would be to have… a faded puzzle piece header area with the logo on top, with one piece missing (this one piece would need to stand out)- this idea would require a more simple logo design
Here is an example done with blocks: http://www.davidnaylor.co.uk/
Another idea might be having pieces missing on the logo.
An icon is definitely not a must, but if it’s used, it must relate to little things making a BIG difference.
We are not looking for: Web 2.0, bubbly, or overly stiff/corporate
The logo needs to be in vector format that we can open in Adobe Photoshop and Abobe Illustrator. Please no bitmap elements.
We have run several successful design contests in the past and have also hired some of the designers for freelance work!