very nice job, exactly what we need for the final customer
This designer did a great job, coming up with a new approach that was ideally suited to our design brief. This designer was also very friendly, accommodating and easy to work with.
- Oculus Branding
Great work, as always!
The exchanges with Veril were very good. She has shown herself to be creative in the sense of my brief. She was always quick to answer. She has made new suggestions and could take my remarks into account.
- Suzy DESIGN
Provided quick responses. Understood and expanded on our concept. Provided many options.
Marsiholo is not only creative in his direction, there is also an accuracy and attentive customer service on any amendments with clear explanations. Embracing new thoughts as the process evolved are his speciality and he was mindful of deadlines and time differences. I would not hesitate to recommend him for logo and brand development.
How kevinyoung started their logo design journey
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We have yet to define the slogan. Feel free to leave/suggest space for one.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a church that has successfully completed a leadership transition and is looking to both the past and future as we better communicate who we are. Our target audience is affluent, highly educated. We have historically skewed older but are seeing an enormous influx of young families.
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Creative use of color.
Creative use of color and balance.
This is a fresh take on a traditional style.
The hidden imagery and simple execution.
The mark is modern and fresh, the text, sadly, is a bit blah.
Creative execution of images.
The creative use of color that hearkens of stained glass.
The modern feel and creative use of color.
We are a large, vibrant, open, and welcoming inter-denominational church located in an affluent coastal town in South Florida. There are two defining images that have been present throughout the church's 35+ year history. First, a large cross in the worship space that is bisects a circular window. This cross/window configuration has been present within several past worship spaces. Second, sea oats have been used over the years as an icon to represent the coastal atmosphere in which the church is located. Though the design may choose whether or not to utilize the sea oats/coastal imagery, the image of sea oats IS used in multiple places around the property and has been a part of the most recent iterations of the logo. That said, I believe it may be time to begin retiring the sea oats and move to something a bit more spiritual/christ-centric. This church is increasingly leaning into Christ and the ancient roots of the church. The best phrase to describe the future goal of this church community is to be an ancient/future outpost that welcomes all into the life and love of Christ, utilizing ancient methods to do new and unique ministry. Key word concepts for 'religious' might include: traditional, ancient, classic, stained glass, Christ, historic, inclusive. We are a church that has one arm reaching into the (broader) church's rich past, and the other into the future. Any design which succeeds at being both ancient and modern will be highly considered. The church naming conventions are a bit odd: JupiterFIRST Church. The designer may choose/suggest the style and capitalization conventions, but making "JupiterFIRST" one word instead of two should be seen as a preferable option if at all possible.
P.S. If you DO choose to include sea oats in your design, please be aware that there is a distinct difference between the look of sea oats and wheat.