FF3 developed a logo that represents exactly the kind of spirit I wanted to express and captures the emotions I wanted to visualize. And that almost at the first shot! A special sidenote of importance: I accidentally pressed the "approve files and release payment"-button. But FF3 still kept going, providing me with the neccessary designs and elaborating until I had everything I needed - even more than the basic contest deliverables. Thank you so much for your georgous design - I LOVE IT! And am happy to work with you again :-)
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How pjbcollins started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Empowering Positive Change
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Quing is a charitable social enterprise. We provide new and effective methods of recovery, rehabilitation and reintegration for people who struggle to engage fully with society. We address multiple overlapping domains of addiction, criminality, and mental health.
Wherever people are on their journey, we are here to help them towards a full, healthy, meaningful life. We offer a safe, social, non medicated environment for people to get back on their feet, and to stay standing.
The way we do this is to recognise and uncover the assets that people can use to help themselves, and to encourage them to use these assets to to grow and develop.
We offer support from a place of real experience: working directly with people who have dealt with the same journey.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Community & Non-Profit
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
Like the symbol.
Like the elegance of this.
We like everything is inter connected here.
Feels organic and connected.
Feels like a symbol of growth.
Life the infinity symbol idea.
The symbol and text fit and flow together.
Quing is a Manx word that describes a small beam of wood that is the balancing point between the horse and the plough. We use it in the context of a balance life of a community and its individuals. (no pictures of scales please)