Brigsreiven has been a pleasure to work with. Very patient and quick to make changes requested.
Whooper is an excellent designer who works very fast and creative. I can highly recommend him.
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Es hat mir sehr viel Spaß gemacht mit Ihnen zusammen zu Arbeiten.
Most eye catching design. Worked quickly and responded well to all our enquiries. Wouldn't hesitate to work with this designer again.
How cardaronella started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Office of Discipleship & Faith Formation
What’s your company slogan?
Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a department in a Catholic diocese in Kansas City. We reach out to local Catholic churches with courses, training, retreats, spiritual renewal, and strategies for church growth. The target audience is church clergy and staff members. They are generally older and college educated.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
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
This one is my favorite. I love the stylized animal and the way the font is kind of abstract but readable.
This is more on the formal side than I was originally thinking but I do like it. It lends a sense of authority.
I like the way the graphic is incorporated into the name. It really flows. I don't like curved subtitle though.
This one is clean. It has a bit of formality but still modern. The sans serif font lends a more relaxed feel.
I like this because of the simple graphic, but I would definitely want words.
Like the use of two fonts in the title and simple, stylized graphic.
Love the graphic! Simple, elegant, abstract but not too crazy. Interesting use of font weights.
Like this simple graphic. I like the modern font but would probably want something a bit more classic and formal.
Like the simplicity of this. Interesting font. I like that it's more linear with the graphic in front of the name.
We thought about incorporating an image of wheat to represent Jesus calling workers to the harvest. We also thought about stylized images of a path (to represent someone following Jesus on the path of discipleship), or a catch of fish or a fishing net (to represent being fishers of men or the Bible story of the miraculous catch of fish). The parable of the sower is another biblical image we thought of.