Growth That Kicks Butt.

How I helped a martial arts school bring its brand to life and gain new students on a monthly basis.

Summary

The Mission

There were two primary goals in mind for this project. The first was to have branding developed for their business. The second was that they needed a website that would help bring in new students.

The Outcome

Twyman TaeKwonDo Academy has clear branding and a website in place that works for them. Through the website, they are gaining new students on a monthly basis.

How I Helped

My parents decided to take steps to be full-time business owners and start their own martial arts school. So, I knew that I had to help them out.

(After all, they raised me!)

With my background in marketing and design, I knew how crucial was to have a website that accomplishes its goals, and branding that makes sense and is appealing to potential customers.

First Step... Logo Design.

With Twyman TaeKwonDo Academy, I knew I had to create something that fit their message. This all started with developing a logo that screamed "I am a martial arts school that you should join."

Taekwondo is a martial art that primarily focuses on kicking techniques, so it was important that the logo reflected this.

As with most logo designs, I knew that the design had to work on various types of materials. So, I created several variations of the logo that way the branding could easily be used as needed.

Next Step... Launching the Website.

Taekwondo is a martial art that primarily focuses on kicking techniques, so it was important that the logo reflected this.

As with most logo designs, I knew that the design had to work on various types of materials. So, I created several variations of the logo that way the branding could easily be used as needed.