loved working with Badim he did everything I needed to make this project work.
FRITO was amazing
- Design Injector
Raj incorporate our colors and logo as requested and worked super fast!
ERGASTOLO's designs stood out for their elegance, whimsy, and warm minimalism. He was incredibly responsive to our suggestions and timely, and provided creative responses to our ideas.
Thank you - exactly what we were looking for.
- Jessica ALCDSB
How Meg Greenfield started their logo design journey
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Political blog; my target audience is American young people, millenials and "generation z." Both conservatives and liberals/ left-wingers.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
I am really not too artistically inclined, I wish I had more to say! I am thinking something along the lines of an elephant with a dove and an olive branch incorporated, somehow, if that isn't too much. I don't care too much about the colors, but maybe greens and blues and grays and such would be nice. I am not a big fan of bold primary colors, though. The site will be called "The Conservative Diplomat," and I would like the logo to be strong but not brash and maybe more on the elegant side. No super blocky or thick lettering, if anyone does incorporate the name into the logo, which isn't necessary, or even preferred. I am trying to send a message of openness and willingness to talk. I am trying to break down some political barriers and open up communication between liberals and conservatives. I would be open to a logo where an elephant is offering an olive branch to a donkey, perhaps? I really am not overly picky. I just want it to be classy and fresh, but not too loud I guess. I hope this makes some kind of sense! Thank you so much!