Our Logo: A reminder that it’s fun to be childlike and to allow kids to be kids.
When starting the company, I reached out to a friend of mine to help with the logo design. I really didn’t know what I wanted it to look like, I just knew that I didn’t want the puzzle piece to be part of it and that I wanted it to be fun and upbeat. Brian Rust, who works with the United States Marine Band and does some amazing work, came up with the rest. I love how our logo turned out.
His inspiration says everything about what we are striving to do at Behavior and Learning Strategies. The hands play two different roles. The first is the hands of children. Who remembers finger-painting? A time when we just got to get dirty and have fun being creative. The hands are just that. A reminder of what it is like to be a kid and a reminder to let kids be kids. The second purpose is that it takes many hands to raise children. Helping children reach their potential is not a one-person show. It takes a village. As hands come together, it strengthens the child and all others involved. Together we can lift higher.
Thanks, Brian for some great work.