A very talented and professional designer. I was most impressed with the willingness to work with us even beyond final handover to make sure everything was perfect.
Butterflyiva is great to work with and a talented designer. She was very patient with me and I will definitely refer and work with her again.
- Jani Tavanxhi
Jani was really helpful and was willing to give us multiple variations to choose from. His quick replies were appreciated and we got a design we loved!
How Posage started their logo & business card journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Be Part of LIFE
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a 37-yr old nonprofit that provides Meals-On Wheels, Fall Prevention Education, rides to doctors and shopping with destination assistance, and companions for the lonely. Clients are typically frail, homebound seniors and sometimes disabled adults. Our audience is those seniors and their adult children needing to get services for their parents- and just as importantly- people and corporations who want to donate $$ and people who want to give of their time to
volunteer. (we are currently called LIFE ElderCare- and I want to move into prominently featuring and putting focus on the word LIFE while having the word ElderCare still be there but in an understated subtle way).
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Other color requirements
blue, purple, green, yellow
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
looking for simple, powerful, meaningful, MODERN look- yet keeping the 37 yr old heart of this well-known, well-respected agency.
We have had this logo for years and it is recognized everywhere. So I'd like to kid of MORPH the existing logo (a quilt) into something similar but not a quilt. What I mean by this is that the shape of it would make a wonderful window and that would communicate our mission of reaching out and connecting with the isolated and the home bound. an open window that still has those 2 parts would be good. The closer we can get that window to looking reminiscent of the quilt- while making it new and fresh- the better.