GaLa is beyond talented and an absolute joy to work with! We would highly recommend her to anyone looking for a new and engaging logo! She is very receptive to constructive criticism and you can discern immediately from her communications that she really cares about satisfying her customers!! GaLa has produced exceptional quality work and we look forward to working with her more in the future!
- Niki A
- Andrija Arsic
Thank you they looked great and you were very responsive!
- J. J. Design
J.J. provided a lot of examples and asked question to grasp the idea of the project. I recommend this designer!
Awesome work! Love the design. Couldn't be happier.
How sinczech started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Sarah Robinson (Consultancy)
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
I offer a research and consultancy service that focuses on co-production to help (primarily) public services thrive and grow by working with them to include their service users in the design and delivery of the service(s) they provide.
Key words I would use to describe the work I do: compassionate, empathetic, community based, grass-roots, equality for all, services working for and with not services being 'done to'.
I work with the most vulnerable and often socially excluded groups in society: homeless, ex-offenders, the elderly, the disabled, individuals with mental health and substance misuse problems. One of the main groups I have been working with is the NECG - you can see the work here: http://www.necguk.org.uk
I had originally considered the name 'coproduce and flourish' but some market testing with potential clients and people I've worked with said that my name is known in the sector and so it was better to capitalise on that brand. My linked-in is available here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sarahro…nresearch/
I mainly work with third sector organisations; local and central government and NGOs.
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
Whilst I chose those colours - I am open to others - I simply liked the values attached to those through the 99design selection process. As long as it meets the values and looks professional and not gaudy I am open to the use of other colours.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the classic style of heralds - something strong, historical, something to count on, knowing your roots
I like the simplicity coupled with the stylishness - its not overtly showy but its elegant to look at
I like the motif - the flow and how it stands out on the background
Simple, clear, recognisable. Though perhaps not unique enough
I like the flow of the text and the new on the old look
Classic, reliable, clearly scripted but perhaps a little too date
The swirls and elegance, its 'freshness'
the script the swirls
I guess I really like swirly type sets! But clear to read
Elegant, classic, clear
I would love something clear, that combines classic/reliability/trusted/old with new/fresh/upbeat - its why I've elected a combination of designs that I think provide this.