Myler's design was the first one that really caught our attention. Throughout the design process Myler was very responsive to feedback and through that process we arrived at a design that we are very happy with.
Nbich8 was very accommodating and was very fast responding to us. He/She worked very fast providing us with updates. I will do business again!
- bluedots studio
very professional ,very patient with implementing my requests.like the outcome a lot.would def recommend bluedots!thank you very much!!
Great designer, easy to work with, open to your ideas.
Able to come up with good suggestions on his own.
Excellent work and original ideas.
How Mary@PGPR started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
Public Good PR
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Public Good PR specializes in communications strategy and media outreach for non-profits and others working to promote progressive policy agendas. Our four main areas of work are: Strategic Communications; Coalition Management; Public Policy and Legal Advocacy; and Conserving Natural Areas. Our services include media relations, communications planning, print and digital materials, drafting op-eds and articles, coalition management, media training, and guest speaking.
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Logo types to explore
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We are looking for something simple, that will pop in color but that will make visual sense even when it appears in black and white. We would like the logo to look dynamic, in action – like the Cleveland Forest, Eel River, and Library logos attached. Something that indicates both nature and communications/media. But no bullhorns or chess pieces, please! Go more toward the nature theme and a bit less heavy on abstract symbolism.