Professional and quick to listen, we are very thankful to have worked with Edwin over the past several weeks!
Nice work. Quick turnaround.
The design is great and exactly what I was looking for!
The process was very simple and the designer was very quick to make updates as we asked
- Alif NK
Great designer an I’m sure the company will go far.
Very creative, helpful, and responsive.
How jbrandt started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are an established church in the Dallas area wanting to connect with younger families and young adults. We are involved in our community through various humanitarian efforts (eg. services for our low-income neighbors, preschool, etc). We are hoping to communicate that all are welcome.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We like how the image is simply supporting the name, not a stand-alone icon.
We like the boldness/simplicity of it and the icon placement.
We like how the image is connected to the name at the end. A seamless design of sorts.
We like the height of the font and the softer colors.
Simple and clean.
Simple logo and nice contrast between the first and second part of the name.
Like the font and contrast between bold and unbold.
The font is nice.
We are interested by the idea of our name being enveloped by some sort of image. Not a fan of the cursive type though.
We like the way the name is divided by the image. And the spacing of the font is cool.
Our previous logo included a heart wrapped around a cross. We are not married to this imagery. In fact, we are very open to something entirely new. However, we do want the logo to embody what it means/looks like to "care". We also like the idea of our logo simply being our church name but designed in a way that is immediately recognizable. In case it helps, our mission statement is "Sharing Christ. Loving Others. Changing Lives." and "CARE" stands for Christians At Richardson East.