The design was exactly what we were looking for and when it came to a few minor tweaks the process was flawless and now we have a logo that we are extremely pleased with!!! Highly recommend!
Professional. Well Done.
- CQ Design™
Very easy to work with and was always "right on" what we asked him to do. Very well done.
Birma99 was great to work with. Was very receptive to design change requests and alterations. Would happily work with them again. Thank you!
The design was creative, unique and thoughtful. Excellent interpretation of our proposal and solid final product. Easy to make revisions with.
accommodated many changes throughout the process, great work!
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We are a growing church reaching out to our community. I'm looking for a clean, modern, sleek design that will especially resonate with people in our growth/target range of 18-50. I don't want a typical religious design but one that will grab attention and look super professional and give us a clear identity/brand in the community. I'm open to movement in the design. I like the colors of green, white and grey/black. I'm also open to trying it in orange/white/grey. I'd love for this design to pop whether on t-shirts, hats, stickers or flyers.
--SIDE NOTE: the name 'Greenmonte' is a combo word from the color green and 'monte' which is for mountain. We are in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia...lots of mountains around us. I'm open to (but unsure of) an abstract or literal mountain detail in the design because it's often overplayed locally by businesses and churches and done really badly. I'm open to some incorporation of the mountain/hills design element with the name or as a design element. Our name also denotes growth.
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I like how this is nestled/wrapped into a larger element. Just another idea.
It's interesting how they utilized the leaf and the idea of 'life' 'growth'
Could a leaf be used as the stem/leg of a letter "G"? Just a thought.
I like the way this design utilized the arrows to symbolize movement