Rayana has been great to work with! Very quick turnarounds and very responsive
- Mari S.
Design was spot on and exactly followed our creative brief. Very happy with the end product.
- flis industry
Great work and thank you
- Feliy Fernando
Very professional! Thanks!
- Stefan Guarch
The designer was responsive and gave several options each time a change was requested. Was a pleasure to work with.
- Vika S
Vika S created some beautiful designs that fit our brief perfectly, thank you!
How jwallis started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
CONNECT ALL @ Jacobs Center
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
CONNECT ALL @ Jacobs Center strives to bring essential resources to entrepreneurs to foster growth and stimulate the economy in Southeastern San Diego. CONNECT ALL @ Jacobs Center is an accelerator focused on minority entrepreneurs (LGBTQ, veteran, female, racial & ethnic minorities) funded largely by a grant from the City of San Diego.
Our primary audience is current and potential entrepreneurs and innovators in Southeastern San Diego; they are a culturally diverse audience, with a wide range of backgrounds and experiences. Our secondary audience is the leadership community in San Diego in the following areas: government, financial, innovation, entrepreneurship.
Culturally, the area is extremely diverse, representing more than nine different groups including African-American, Somali, Sudanese, Latino (primarily Mexican), Filipino, Laotian, Kumeyaay Native American Indian.
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
Must incorporate multiple colors or multiple shades of a color to help illustrate the focus on diversity and inclusion.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We are needing to create a unique brand mark to serve as the signature of CONNECT ALL @ Jacobs Center. Reference art and full brief attached. Note: This program is NOT just about the building, it's going to eventually grow beyond the Jacobs Center, so the artwork should not include any reference to the building itself.