This is a new start-up company logo. Shifana had won a previous contest we had put on.. so rather than risk not getting what we want by running another contest, we decided to work directly with Shifana. She has her own great ideas and is also willing to listen ourwishes. She's fantastic.
Perfect!. Thank you!
- joe 8tL
Excellent vision and a willingness to make good revisions. Very happy with the finished product.
Great service. Was very fast and responsive to my changes. Great to work with. Thanks so much!
Danke für das geniale Design 👌.
Hab Riesen Freude damit .
Dreamlogo was easy to work with! I highly recommend them.
How Kleos started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Mission Good is a mobile app/game that encourages users to take on "missions" or actions that contribute in a positive way to people, and the world in general. It's a game for global "good" where players are encouraged to collaborate and share their experiences with their social networks.
A key is the game aspect of the app integrated with social action and group collaboration. We would like to emphasize that fun, game component without being too silly or hokey. Based on some designs and ideas we've seen the colors of green, orange, grey/black, and blue are very nice and give good options for theming in the final app design (a future contest!).
Please be playful in your designs and be open with the integration of objects like people, Earth, stars, other "good" things. We would like to see a few designs with different variations before we decide.
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
In considering the name, the first design that comes to mind seems to be "Mission: Good" much like Mission: Impossible, kind of edgy, but we would like the playful aspect to come out as much as possible.
We like the idea of a game leading to direct action in the world, and we'd also like to explore some alternate interpretations of this name.
Perhaps there is something less "serious" that still conveys the concept of taking actions ("missions") that can be fun and cool at the same time.
Our target audiences are 15-30 year old folks, likely more male than female. People that want to contribute make a difference and have fun doing it.