Very responsive and creative. I would work with LogoCreative again in an instant.
Great Job on my project. Will definitely work together again.
Blackhorse was great to work with. She was quick to answer questions and provided different options for me to look at. Starting out, I had a different direction I wanted to go with my logo, but after Blackhorse presented this option, I kept going back to it. She took all of my feedback and gave me exactly what I wanted and the end result is beyond what I had hoped for.
Some things that I love about this logo are that it catches your attention and is easy to read, the CTS can be used independently, and the T is fun, but still very professional; the outstretched arms are welcoming and inviting! It really speaks to what my company is all about. I will be using Blackhorse to complete more jobs for me in the future.
It was a fantastic experience to have a logo designed by Viktoria/vikavita. Her thinking and design ideas were surprising and "fresh". The communication was easy, productive, and a pleasure. Changes and ideas for exploration were happily implemented. Therefore I can wholeheartedly recommend her and look forward to working with her in future projects.
Emily has been amazing. Very responsive and invested in her work. She was able to capture my vision perfectly. I would recommend her to anyone. Thank you so much Emily!
How sugarelisabrown started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Frieda Berlinksi Foundation
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Frieda Berlinksi Foundation is a NON PROFIT foundation that provides funding to public broadcasting organizations across the United States. The programming supported is both on-air programming as well as community outreach. Funding is typically focused on children and underserved groups (such as communities that are economically disadvantaged and may not have the resources to provide programs in their schools that can benefit the student population. these could be inner-city districts as well as suburban or rural districts that are economically disadvantaged).
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 would like the logo to include the company name as well as the mark. As far as the mark, it is important to understand that the funding we provide in most cases helps children grow and develop, but not in ALL cases. In ALL cases the funding we provide helps with growth of some sort. It could be the growth of a community, growth in terms of career development, building "bridges" that address the challenges of a set of individuals or a community. We support public broadcasting - and public broadcasting typically airs programs that present small but impactful ideas, education, etc.
So for the mark we'd like to see something abstract that represents growth. We don't want it to be "child-like," or too "youthful." Some ideas include an abstract rendering of roots growing into something substantial. Something "disjointed" or "partial" growing into something complete and substantial.
Or the abstract idea related to the growth of a community. We'd also like the mark to "tie into" the name of the organization. Instead of a name and a separate mark, we'd like to see some "flow" between the words and the mark.