This is an excellent bit of work by beKoy (Julie). The designs that she created are such that I can use them in a variety of ways.
I just knew that I had to have them,
Great Job! The designer fulfilled our needs!
- joe MF
Sempre atenta as nossas solicitações!
Great Job! Worked very well with me and help coordinate design and imaging.
- Ideas Positivas
The job was to design a logo for a conference. Found the designer to be responsive and willing to try new ideas.
How mchaffee started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
fellowship of faith
What’s your company slogan?
Perhaps... "Make disciples who make disciples..." is our slogan but we're not sure it needs to be in the logo. We are open to considering options, but the logo will have to be able to stand alone without it.
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We are a relaxed, mid-sized "come as you are" Lutheran church that melds a modern approach of music, art and technology with classic "old style" liturgical elements. Our visual feel leans slightly warehouse/coffeehouse. Though we like to lean towards targeting a younger 20-something/millennial demographic, our attending base is very cross-generational and we want be accessible to all.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
Black and red have traditionally been our colors, but we are open to other suggestions.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It is strong and can serve as a stand alone icon
It sends a strong message
Artistic representation of a brand that is recognizable and suitable for placeholders, social media, etc.
The graphic artistically represents the name
Icon and text
Abstract, but conveys the "infinity" concept
Love this one - abstract and modern, yet doesn't feel it will go out of style soon.
Like the simplicity and the single "W" graphic
Like the way the "H" is outlined - it makes it pop.
"Epikos" is a greek word, so I like how the font they use looks greek.
This is an ancient trinity symbol - it represents the christian god as father, son and holy spirit. I like the simple geometry and what it conveys, but don't want it to be obvious or the main focus of the graphic. Not sure if it's useful at all to inspire.
We are currently undergoing a rebranding process which includes assessing our color palettes, fonts, web presence, social media, facility facelift, etc. We'd love to have many varying logo ideas to see what resonates. We'd like to have a design that has a visual icon that can stand alone when needed.
Check out fellowshipoffaith.org - we are redesigning, but there is some good info on who we are, what we do, etc. that may spark some inspiration.
We are open to creative ideas that would help us define our brand, so colors, fonts, etc are all up for discussion so feel free to give us your thoughts!