The Christian Rights and Freedom Institute is very pleased to have worked with Faradis in developing our new logo and branded identity package. His creativity and responsiveness was evident throughout the process, and we especially appreciated his willingness to refine our design package after he had been selected as the winner, a process which extended several weeks beyond the award as we built consensus among our dispersed leadership team and evaluated their final inspirations and inputs. Thank you for your professionalism, and congratulations on a job well done. Always agape, Fr. Philemon
Nuglio is a fantastic designer. He quickly rose to the top with his designs in a large contest with over 145 submissions. His designs were very clean, strong, and perfect for my brand. He was very flexible and submitted every file I asked for. I would definitely hire Nuglio again and will work with him going forward!
Very easy to work with and does beautiful work!
- nicole DH
Good quick design response.
Very responsive. High quality work.
She captures EXACTLY what I am looking for every single time and consisntely makes logos that I instantly love! Her insights and rational for why she makes certain designs clearly comes from a deep understanding of business and marketing.
How todd 5 started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Fairness & Justice for Hawaii's LGBT People
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Equality Hawaii is three entities working for equality and social justice for the LGBT community in Hawaii. Equality Hawaii Foundation is our 501-c3 charitable arm, which does community education and enrichment; Equality Hawaii Action Fund is our political action committee, working to elect candidates and organizing on ballot measures; Equality Hawaii Inc. is our legislative advocacy/lobbying arm.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Other color requirements
Green, Yellow but in more current, brighter hues than what we currently use
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We seek to update our graphic identity to a more current approach, with digital and merchandise uses in mind. While we want to capture a distinctly Hawaiian feel, we must avoid touristy kitsch and get away from overused iconography like the Hibiscus blossom currently in our logo (see http://equalityhawaii.org/)