Loved working with this designer. He came up with many design ideas, font choices and formats. This process has been great.
Very creative with excellent technical skills, and is very easy to work with.
- luce y turo
They were very professional listened to our feedback and translated that information to a design that our executive team was happy with.
How jaz.mann started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
DeafKidz International (DKI) (http://www.deafkidzinternational.org) is a Deaf led and authentic organisation - we’re business to business, working with the global humanitarian, development and health community to ensure NO deaf child and young person has to endure the agony of stigma, discrimination, abuse and neglect. Please visit our website for further information.
Our target audience is everyone, but specifically potential non-profit organisations with whom we can work together, also fundraisers, and deaf children themselves...
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Hi, our branding colours are orange (RGB: 255, 101, 0), dark grey, black and white as appropriate - please visit our website to give you a better idea. However, we are open to any recommendation as long as it's close to our branding colours where possible.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
Our logo design ideally needs to communicate that we are a professional organisation with a serious agenda:
* incorporating child safeguarding and protection
* ability to say no to abuse
We would like to keep our easily identified, familiar orange brand colour, with dark grey, and black and white.
The logo would ideally highlight our focus on children, and be:
Symbolic (i.e. an instantly recognisable, distinct logo)
* Clean lines
We would prefer to avoid including sign language, ears, hearing aids, etc. as they are too common among current logos of deaf organisations).