Great experience - very responsive all throughout the process!
Really understood what we were wanting,prompt design changes,more than willing to make all changes requested. Great Job!
My expectations were truly exceeded and I selected this designer's clever logo above some very strong competitors. I would highly recommend working with him and would happily seek future design work from him. Always super fast to respond and quick to make revisions. I am excited to get my new logo out there now.
Great job, thank you!!
- Creating Logic
Thanks Corey for the great job you did with our Logo. You keep submitting and submitting till we got the right one!
She was quick to respond to my requests.
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Mission Camps BGAV
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Impact Mission Camps is a Virginia Baptist (BGAV) youth (middle and high school) mission camp. Most of our week long camps are construction mission camps based in Virginia. We make repairs to homes of people in need to help ensure that they're safe, warm, and dry. We also do non-construction camps that focus on social ministries (hunger, clothing, children, refugees, etc). Our third type of camp is international - students go and serve alongside partners from another country. We are looking to move beyond just Virginia, though most people we send will be from Virginia.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
Other color requirements
I'd like to explore the following colors:
Let designers make suggestions:
Reds: Energy, action, passion and love.
Purples: Imagination, spirituality, royalty and luxury.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
It's typical for people when designing anything (logos, t-shirts, etc) to incorporate crosses. We'd probably like to avoid a cross in the logo because people do it so often. I really like the idea of the full logo being a symbol next to the word Impact written in a font/style that complements the overall look. I've included our parent organization's logo as an example of the look and feel our organization is going with. I'd like our logo to look like it's part of the same organization but still distinguish itself. The logos will appear together on the website, and I'd like them not to clash horribly. At the same time, I don't think our logo should have a dove - that is the parent logo's image. Same style, different actual image. A hammer is probably the thing that people think of when they think Impact. I'm also including our current logo, which I'm trying to move away from. That logo was designed when we distinguished between the different types of Impact (Impact Virginia, Impact Metro, Impact Now, and Impact International). Now we're just going with Impact for all of the camps, since that's how everyone knows us. We are a global camp that primarily sends people from Virginia (though even that is changing).
The symbol next to the name is what we will use as a Facebook profile pic, web app icon, and on other applications that don't require the whole name (think the Facebook F, the Twitter T and bird, the Amazon A, the Fandango F, etc). I like logos that make creative use of negative space or in general have a component that you don't see at first glance (the arrow in fedex, the a to z arrow for amazon, the cisco wavelength that's also the golden gate bridge). I could see secondary meaning for our logo communicating going out and receiving at the same time, a hand (we are a service camp), possibly a hammer - though a hammer is somewhat limiting to our overall scope.