Beklitos did a great job... and was very responsive to feedback!
- SunnyPea Design
Thanks so much for the design and work - it's perfect!
- Harrison Kratzer
Harrison is a pleasure to work with and he quickly understood what we were looking for and continued to edit it until we landed on a logo we were happy with.
- Alive Church
Great communication and excellent execution of design as well as being open to ideas.
- Aryel Silva
Aryel was phenomenal. She really captured the essence of what we wanted for the branding. She also made it very clear that our approval/happiness was her priority, irrelevant of how many amendments were needed. A great designer and a pleasure to work with. Thank you, Aryel.
How nic_schaff 8 started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Thibodaux Family Church
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a non-denominational Christian church based in a small community in Louisiana called Thibodaux. Thibodaux is a town with a bayou running through it. Our audience is diverse group of spiritual and non-spiritual people are looking to better themselves and find a family and a church.
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
See how the newspring symbol can be used in various places throughout their welcome packets, booklets etc.
Another example of the strong symbol being used.
The whole organic thing isn't exactly it style but I just want y'all to see the kind of logo we're looking for.
Simple yet so versatile
I have been doing some thinking about this whole logo search and I've come to the conclusion that this whole process may have been done backwards.
When a church is looking for a logo, it should already be on it's way to creating or enforcing a new or existing brand. I've been thinking about what makes our church special and I've thought about our outreaches. No one does City Outreaches like TFC. What's very distinctive is our bright orange tents that we put out when we pop popcorn, serve snowballs, and cotton candy for the city at Mardi Gras parades, night out against crime events, summer bible school in the park, fall festivals.
So the people in the community recognize us by these orange tents and I think the orange tents represent love for our city and fellowship. Without getting close to copying Elevation church's logo, which is a white chevron inside an orange ball, I'm wondering if there's any way that we can create an abstract simple logo with an orange tent being the basis behind the logo. I've modified my brief a bit to reflect the changes.
I'm very sorry but I think that this is the direction we might need to go in. Please see pictures in my references to see what I'm talking about.