Learning logo design inspiration
When it comes to color, the brighter the better
It's no secret that young children are drawn to bright colors, this is something toy manufacturers have known for decades. Very small children gravitate towards primary colors as their ability to distinguish a range of hues develops over time. Consequently, they develop early associations with particular primary colors and so at preschool and elementary level are still heavily influenced by these associations. However, color tone can vary substantially and even within these bright palettes it is best to choose complementary tones.
Add the fun factor
Even though your logo is directed at parents, when choosing a learning program it is important for parents to know their children will enjoy it. Images of toys and playful fonts bring the fun factor and can tap into the kid in all of us that wants to play while learning. Alternately, using images of baby animals appeals to the nurturing aspects of parenting. Ask our designers for assistance on developing your logo and have some fun while you do it!