Sonic Tooth is an earnest designer with a hurricane brain. If his design topped a staggering three hundred and forty seven designs we have had in this contest, it should say something about him and his creativity.
How mappingchange started their logo design journey
MAPping Change's niche derives from an awakening worldwide consciousness—that people need to collaborate. People must learn to work together in order to get work done. Planning, facilitation, mediation and training are our core services. But those words explain so little about what we do and how we do it. MAPping Change’s diverse team of professionals provides culturally competent, customized support for clients in the midst of growth, change and its many challenges. Harnessing the energy of conflict, we help groups build consensus and community. Harnessing the power of technology, we help teams be productive and efficient. Ours is a business of providing third party assistance, dedicated to a genuinely effective deliberative and democratic society. We believe such a society is created one conversation, one meeting and one change at a time.
Specializing in building capacity-building for cross-cultural collaboration in Education, Health and Environmental Issues.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Especially Leaders and Change Agents -- in government, health care, education, environment, economic and community-development and family health and wellness.
I have no firm requirements in terms of image, color, font, etc. However, I have always appreciated an image that conveys "movement" since our business is the business of "process" and "transition". i.e., - moving from chaos or disorder to order, from confusion to clarity, from low levels to elevated heights, etc. Metamorphoses! I have in the past used a clip art of an inward spiral (see attached file) that moves from the outside to the inside and when it reaches the center, it drives up from the center, like something that has gained momentum and then took-off.
I have written a book titled Reaching for Higher Ground which uses images of mountains, you can search it on Amazon.com.