Ocelittle was a pleasure to work with. His design stood out from the others in our recent contest. Very unique and creative. He was very open to follow our directions and vision. Flexible and quick to respond. We highly recommend him.
Easy to work with and on time with designs.
How Clider started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Beyond the Sign / Behind the sign (we may use one word over the other - if you come up with a slam dunk logo, we will choose accordingly.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
The people that will go to our site are all individuals that want to get involved with helping the homeless, but like most people, dont want to give them money directly. By cataloging the homeless in large metropolitan areas, we can make it easier for those that like to give, to help people who are extremely transparent. We give them background checks, hair cuts, help them take the picture, prepare their biography and establish a 'wish list' for things they may need. If they are ex-military, we verify their DD-214s, we verify job history... etc...
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
Dealers choice on this, I picked the colors I use the most in my graphics.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I like the stylized logo, the use of smaller caps underneath the main company name. Not a fan of the bubble behind in with the clouds, but it ads to it.
I like the broken up pigeon in the top. carrier films / carrier pigeon... clever pun
I've always liked graphics like these... characters can give a logo the 'eye catchiness' it needs.
I like the clever use of the cat kissing the dog, making the letter H - very clever.
This one is just very modern, very 'techie' looking
Same as Spot Ninja - I have always liked 'modern looking animated characters' in logos.
This is a regal looking logo here. Don't like the background color tho.
Just an all around good logo. Incorporated the clipping sheers into the hair above the word 'Tyson'.
This is a logo that I got from here 2013... modern... colors are good, simple enough font.
This is probably my favorite logo that I've gotten from 99d hands down. It shows that something can come from a small idea 'light bulb' and turn into a monster of an idea/business. He drew this one by hand mostly - I saw the sketch page that he worked off of. Really nice job.
This was the logo for the holding company that overseas all of my smaller businesses. Simple. modern. Elegant. To the point. This was the Good Times RG font that he took and edited some for each letter. Unique, one of a kind.
Lash Fetish - logo for my wifes lash extension business we had done here.
I love this logo second best. Meridian Live is a full service venue that has a large indoor concert hall as well as a large 5 star kitchen...
Zombie Apocalypse real life simulation game.
Beyond the Sign is a 501(c)3 not for profit that is going to revolutionize the way homeless get help and help themselves. We are utilizing the internet and social media (their own pages) to raise awareness in each metropolitan area. This isn't a Red Cross type place, this isnt a food bank... think Facebook, meets Amazon wish lists, meets GoFundMe. Our site will allow individuals to read up on each person they come across and decide in the comfort of their own home if they want to help.
No hearts. No flowers. Nothing whimsical. This needs to be a modern'ish logo, a reinvention of how we would see places like the red cross and salvation army.