The Christian Rights and Freedom Institute is very pleased to have worked with Faradis in developing our new logo and branded identity package. His creativity and responsiveness was evident throughout the process, and we especially appreciated his willingness to refine our design package after he had been selected as the winner, a process which extended several weeks beyond the award as we built consensus among our dispersed leadership team and evaluated their final inspirations and inputs. Thank you for your professionalism, and congratulations on a job well done. Always agape, Fr. Philemon
BURISROWO has been very cooperative and helpful. He has made every change we wanted and also very quickly.
We highly recommend BURISROWO!
We couldn't be happier with the logo that Noemi created for our brand. She understood the brief perfectly and came up with an concept which we know will make an impact and put the correct message across when we launch our product.
Great work, fast in implementing feedback.
Great gob, great communication, very friendly and helpful, very fast. Thank you again!
How kipnemco started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Branding tool for a web site or social network that provides valuable information about specific venues to people with disabilities of all kinds (audience). The mission of this business is to assist the audience’s experience by synthesizing information like photographs, tips, maps and anything else that may reduce some of the barriers that exist and increase their ability to attend and enjoy events. The logo should convey mobility and ability instead of restriction and will be used for a broad range of venues including sporting events, theaters, concert halls, art galleries, theme parks, and tourist attractions. It would be interesting to explore the concepts of reducing barriers or overcoming hurdles as the target audience is constantly dealing with these challenges.
Logo style. Prefer logos that convey movement and that are open with plenty of white space that moves through and helps define the logo. Many of the best logos allow the eyes to flow through them and are not too busy. We are not looking for a stylized wheelchair, however leveraging the universally recognized handicapped sign in some way would be interesting.
Logo color. Blue. We would like to leverage the association of the handicapped parking sign. Green may also be appropriate because of the association of green and go.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards