Loved the design that was completed for me and the communication was excellent. My project turned out just how I hoped it would.
I thought the designer adjusted very well during the contest. I was originally going with another design. But he must have noticed I like the sword and shield feel to the logo design and he was able to make an adjustment that made his design my favorite.
- Eva Cordoba
Eva has a very destinctive taste, a good look for detail and execution of design. Thank you!
Sebuahruang was very easy to work with. Was very responsive and detailed in the work we requested. Very patient, too, as we made many changes. Overall, the skill was above the rest. I would highly recommend.
- Anna Rid
Responsive, creative, and can't highly recommend enough! She gave us exactly what we were looking for.
I would highly recommend Georgi. She quickly established trust with me as a local designer, and asked lots of great questions to truly understand what I wanted. Then she went above and beyond my expectations on responsiveness and quality of work, and followed through on what she said she was going to do.
How servicelearningschool started their logo & brand identity pack journey
Who are you known as?
Service Learning Micro-School
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Micro school which is a new movement in education. Where the student base is kept intentionally small.
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
We are a leader in the micro school movement and need a logo that is cutting edge, that appeals to mostly high school and middle school students. Volunteering and humanitarian endeavors are a huge part of our school, so appealing to the millennial sense of eco-sustainability and global outlook is also important. We're attaching a very crude logo that was created for us. We like the 9 points of the inner kiwi (9 points has significance to our school) but would like to see the design with much more dimension and depth, more detail and more realistic. We ultimately need to use the image in versatile ways, such as embroidery onto staff shirts and also in a large sign for our eco-school building (hopefully we can have the sign made out of metal). The design in the backgrown of the kiwi image signifies the skeleton of old kiwis, and also the breakdown in triditional school systems. The kiwi represents our micro school, fruitful and a fresh approach to education. Obviously the kiwi (a small fruit) represents the intentionally small size of a micro school