He’s an insightful and talented designer and even better partner. He has fresh thinking - and always remains open, responsive, flexible and stays one step ahead. This is my second time working with him - and I hope to be able to continue working with him on more projects. Exceptional.
Top notch artist!!! Highly recommended!!!
Efficient. Clear communication. My second time working with them and I'll hire them again in the future.
- Dave Mark Chico
Great as always
The design was on point with the directions given and in line with the samples I provided. I thought the designer understood well what I was asking for and had good communications during the process.
How ReFrame Media started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Energizing Church Communications
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide free resources and consulting to churches across North America in the field of communications and marketing. Primarily, our current audience is middle-aged men and women who serve as administrators, pastors, etc. Secondarily, and our growing target audience, is younger 20s and 30s men and women who are entering the communications field. Often, for both audiences, these are secondary roles to their job title.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Bold colors, variations
Mix of color usage
Gradients, simple, flat
Retro, analog gradient, flat, color usage
We want to convey in a fun & creative way that we are a consulting agency who helps churches in the area of marketing and communication. We like using bold, flat colors with illustrative creativity.
We've removed our current logo from the earlier brief because we want the designer to be creative—we're attached to nothing from our current logo aside from the name itself.
What we dislike about our current logo:
Lacking hierarchy/No separation between words; No identifiable mark; Wordmark doesn’t work in every situation; no other formats/layouts; Lacking variation in weight/hard to easily scan