Great to work with. Really responsive and loved the designs.
I enjoyed working with Kangozz™. They were very responsive and did a good job of incorporating my feedback.
Yuhok not only created a logo that captured what we were looking for, but did not know in the beginning, and was great to work with by quickly responding to feedback and sharing ideas to help us see a vision for the new logo.
- Zul Arifianto
Always sharp, fast, and thorough
Great designer, really got what it is I was trying to do with the brand.
How andrea.watson started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tualatin Valley Water or TVWD or Tualatin Valley Water District
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We provide water. We are a special district, (not a city) that only provides drinking water. Safe, reliable, quality, service.
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 have a branding committee making the decisions. We have an identity study. See attached with mark ups from Committee. The committee likes logos that tell a story. They like logos that are: simple, round, official, seal/stamp. Want to have a water element (drops, waves, etc.) Want to have a human element. Like a few colors. Must look good in color and grayscale. Like a logo with opportunities to "play" with it in the future. (Think Patagonia). Programs, holidays, etc. Want a logo that is reinforcing of our business "Drinking Water." We also provide fire protection and water for the economic and health/well being of our communities. Some like the idea of using the space inside the D, if we go with TVWD or keep District. A goal of the change is to evolve (evolution not revolution) so if some element of existing logo could be brought forward without keeping the really long and short shape that is problematic for us in a digital world.