Choir_99 was really pleasant to work with and will definitely want to work with him in the future
Very responsive and great at listening to changes
great as always!
I am very happy with my friendly owl image. This designer provided many options.
He/she changed things when I requested a different color or a simpler look. Would work with them again.
This designer is easy to work with, takes direction well, and is a fun, creative person to work with. I am very pleased with the finished product.
5/5, would work with again!
How chidiogo started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Reimagining Our Africa Rising (as led by its women) ...the bracketed part not necessary
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
A community that Empowers Female African Leaders to unleash their full potential based on the principle that women contribute fully to community building and to empower a woman is to empower the future of a home, of a community, of a nation and of a continent. It is a space to dialogue, heal, know you are not alone and unveil the powers within for the benefit and healing of a whole
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
I like the movement and use of shape that feels to be in motion
I like the use of colors that are vibrant but not overwhelming (still classic)
I like the incorporation of a n image that stems from a letter (V)
I love the wings and the power and confidence that wings inspire
I like the simplicity, color, elegance. also love trees
I like the use of colors in harmony and relief
use of colors and image
use of colors and image to show some energy of rising /setting sun
Like the non overdone Africa feel
like the visual of a backdrop and the idea of a winged power.
ROAR stands for Re-imagining Our Africa Rising. I am seeking design that inspires. Because of the name, I think something that shows movement/energy would be ace. A lioness roaring feels obvious but perhaps overdone. A female (African) roaring lioness style though isn't. My mind goes to a winged female warrior khalisi like sketch roaring in full power. also would love something that captures the essence of roaring on behalf and with community, to capture the hope of going the distance by going together. Also open for silhouettes with multiple women, faces superimposed to capture the plurality of the roars