C.D worked hard and fast at provide many revisions to help us fine tweak our look.
- Diamond eye
Diamond eye did a great job designing the logo and was very easy to work with....always helpful and responded quickly.
beklitos started with great ideation and finished with great attention to detail and style. Excellent to work with and very prompt!
We're very pleased with the log design Hemmepower Design created for us!
How Narelle.steinmann started their logo design journey
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We are a Christian Church that started five years ago known as Campus Church, which sought to bring the teaching of Jesus to university students. We are now starting another congregation, which will be part of the same church but catering for a wider demographic, especially families.
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We require new branding which reflects the development in our identity. There will be three variations of the logo:
• The ‘mother-brand’ logo needs to incorporate the name ‘Cornerstone’.
• The logo for the morning congregation should only be a slight variation of this, the main difference being the name ‘Cornerstone Community Church’.
• The evening congregation will be formally known as Cornerstone Campus Church, but for the sake of continuing its established identity, it would continue to be called Campus Church in everyday use. Therefore, the logo needs to emphasize the name ‘Campus Church’ but reference that it is part of Cornerstone. Have a look at the way different information has been emphasised in our existing logo below.
The logo should reflect the idea behind our name. Two years ago, our city suffered from a series of large earthquakes and is now going through the rebuild phase. As our new name suggests, at Cornerstone we seek to be a reminder that the only solid foundation for life is found in Jesus Christ. Imagery and typefaces could allude to solidarity, firm foundations or building; they don’t need to be explicit.