786cr8tive was a pleasure to work with. Very responsive to questions and suggestions and final design exceeded our expectations. would highly recommend.
- Peak Golf
Black_White did an awesome job in designing mu logo. He followed my instructions and requirements and was prompt in all my questions (no matter how silly they might have been).
I would definitely use his services again and would also recommend family and friends to him for logo designs.
Thanks a lot Black_White, you made the process smooth and easy for me.
- Kimcil Solekhah
Kimcil Solekhah produced the second entry in our contest. A number of other entries appeared that were like hers—some so similar as to suggest they might have been "borrowed." But her initial entry, and the revisions she subsequently provided, were most responsive to our feedback and captured the essence of optimism and success we sought, in the most elegantly simple fashion.
She is a skilled, creative, and obliging designer whose services we would be pleased to seek out should we have a future need for such talents. Great job, Kimcil!
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We are a K-12 educational institution serving a Hutterite community in rural southern Manitoba. We are a faith-based institution although religious symbology does not need to be part of the design and shouldn't be prominently displayed. We'd like the logo to not simply reflect who we are but be easily identifiable. The logo will be used in several applications: (1) most importantly, on our school website, (2) to a lesser extent on business cards and, (3) other promotional materials.
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Simplicity is key. The logo should be easily recognizable. I've been toying with the "S" from "Silver" somehow interacting with the "W" from "Winds" but have been unable to tie it to eduction and our community. Likely a symbolic representation coupled with the text of our school's name "Silverwinds" would be ideal. We live in flat prairie landscape dominated by farming with all too few trees. Wind is a given and one of the natural elements that defines our landscape as does the bright, blue expanse of the sky.