Great to work with, listened to changes, was prompt in responding to design ideas and the transferring of files.
I am very happy with the design and designer. Binaryrows did an excellent job and worked one on one with me almost everyday of the contest. Supplied great feedback and countless design options. Highly recommend.
A pleasure working with this designer, creative and responsive.
How Egvassallo started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Child's Play Qld
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Psychological counselling for children and young people between ages 3 -17. These counselling will be grief and loss counselling for children who are bereaved through the loss of loved ones. Additionally, counselling may also be provided to children who are experiencing grief and loss through parental separation and divorce.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
This competition is being relaunched. Whilst I was very happy with the effort of the previous designers, I felt that the logo itself didn't really idicate what the business was about. As the name is quite child like, I need the logo to suggest something different to a child care centre or play cafe. The therapy that I predominately use is sand tray therapy (google for info and images). This process is entirely UNIQUE to each child. There emotions are expressed into the sandray and each and every sand tray experience is different. There fore, I am looking for a logo that suggests; therapeutic counselling, healing, new beginnings, comfort, safety, relief, and a logo that appeals to adolescents as well as children.
Previous contestents please feel free to resubmit entries or have another go at creating one with the new brief.
I am more than happy to expand on this brief if requested.
I don't enjoy logos that use graphics that represent little silohettes of people (such as biggest loser Australia). I prefer logos that look imaginative and hand drawn.