Despite working in different time zones and the obvious time constraints related to this, the designer was responsive and thorough. They were able to actualize our concept. If we continue working with them after finalizing this project , we will happily expand our review to future interactions.
Great to work with, amazing artist
- Márcio Barros "Arthur B".
I loved the design. The designer was extremely patient and provided me with a variety of options to choose from as well as made all the adjustments I asked for. I definitely will request designs from this designer in the future.
very good designer
How Hrlovy started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
National HIV/AIDS Disability Project
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Our audience is people who need our resources; community partners we may work with; and other advocates across the country.
National HIV/AIDS Disability Project (NHADP) goals, mission, vision, values:
-NHADP provides people living with HIV/AIDS vital legal advocacy through our disclosure project; civil rights advocacy; ADA advocacy; and Social Security assistance.
NHADP advocates for the decriminalization of HIV/AIDS.
NHADP develops programs that reduce the stigma for people living with HIV/AIDS.
NHADP offers advocacy for clients, including case management, access to physician care and medication, housing, transportation, and a variety of other resources.
-- NHADP subscribes to a holistic model of care for our clients, providing services, advocacy, resources and education throughout the United States.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
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
We're not interested in any red ribbons - we're looking for something fresh and new. We enjoy bright colors (red, orange, etc.) but nothing over the top. The overall aesthetic should be soothing, caring and holistic. If we can convey this while still using bright, happy colors, that would be awesome!