5 Stars ***** for Judy Arden - her design and work was perfekt for our running-club. We are very happy with her design and maybe perhaps a little bit faster... thx
Great work and responsive.
always a great experience
- Brave Marketing
- cimaja creative
Great design, exactly what I asked for, very clean and creative. Thanks!
- Albarokah Media
Great to work with!!!
We invited seven™ to our project because we weren't getting designs that fit our brief. He provided several interesting designs, one of which we really gravitated to. Minimal revisions were needed to the design and he followed our instructions impeccably with quick turnaround times. We highly recommend seven™!
How Madak Design started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Manic is uncomplicated, but proven training regimes.
It’s a functional, three dimensional training environment.
It’s old school strong man meets new aged training philosophies.
It’s Manic Training.
developed by Graham “Bushy” Muir, A career sports coach, Muir Developed and crafted Manic Training over many years. Manic envelops training aspects of high intensity methods with the functional movements of today’s athletes. Burnt out with the corporate gym culture, and out of the monotony of the typical training programs being produced, Muir started to develop Manic Training.
Manic Training is really one of a kind. With Muir’s experience classes always remain fresh and it’s not uncommon to see an Olympic caliber athlete working out next to an everyday Steamboat local.
As Muir says Manic is, “no frills, no egos and no mirrors.” It’s how I like to train.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Manic Training is stems from the mountains and encourages extreme sport behavior. The athletes that train in the Manic style develop a unique training regime and muscle retention. With crossfit being the name brand to compete with, the Manic brand needs to be unique and more personal as that is the gym experience and want to keep it that way. Graham, the founder, is from New Zealand & would love to see a Maori style design in the logo BUT as his marketing coordinator, I need to make sure that the logo is marketable and mainstream to be useful in business. So looking for a design to take a maori design into the corporate fitness world.